Nothing was found on your request

Bloomberg Politics: news on page 721

US, Russia Offer Rival Measures to Pursue Syria Violations

US, Russia Offer Rival Measures to Pursue Syria Violations

Russia would welcome the extension of the U.N.-sponsored investigations into chemical weapons use in Syria, but considers it necessary to amend the ground rules for them to include on-site
U.K. Probes Russian Social Media Influence in Brexit Vote

U.K. Probes Russian Social Media Influence in Brexit Vote

The U.K. elections regulator is looking at whether Russia tried to use social media to illegally influence the Brexit referendum campaign.
Trump Campaign Aide Invokes Fifth Amendment at House Committee

Trump Campaign Aide Invokes Fifth Amendment at House Committee

A former foreign policy adviser to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign invoked the Fifth Amendment in refusing to produce documents during a private interview Thursday with the House Intelligence
France Names Philippe Leglise-Costa as New Ambassador to the EU

France Names Philippe Leglise-Costa as New Ambassador to the EU

France’s government named Philippe Leglise-Costa, current head of the European affairs directorate, as the country’s new ambassador to the European Union.
Trump Appears to Backtrack on Wish to Send Suspect to Guantanamo

Trump Appears to Backtrack on Wish to Send Suspect to Guantanamo

President Donald Trump said Thursday the suspect in the deadliest terror attack in New York City since 2001 should be executed, and backtracked from an earlier call to send him to the military
New Jersey’s First Lady Gets a Ticket for Driving With a Cellphone

New Jersey’s First Lady Gets a Ticket for Driving With a Cellphone

New Jersey's first lady has been ticketed in a statewide distracted driving crackdown that was ordered by her husband's attorney general.
Mayor of London Launches Drive to Keep City as Europe's Startup Hub

Mayor of London Launches Drive to Keep City as Europe's Startup Hub

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has announced a new program of investment days for London startups, as he tries to maintain the U.K.’s position as a European hub for young tech companies.
U.K. Open to Talking About Associate Citizenship After Brexit

U.K. Open to Talking About Associate Citizenship After Brexit

Brexit Secretary David Davis said he has spoken to the European Parliament’s negotiator Guy Verhofstadt about creating so-called associate citizenship that could allow visa-free working rights to
The Marijuana Machine Rolls Ahead

The Marijuana Machine Rolls Ahead

The billion-dollar bud faces new momentum and problems as three more states legalize it.
May Names Williamson U.K. Defense Secretary After Fallon Quits

May Names Williamson U.K. Defense Secretary After Fallon Quits

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May named Gavin Williamson as her new defense minister, replacing Michael Fallon, who resigned late Wednesday following allegations of sexual harassment.
Balance of Power: Trump Puts His Stamp on Economy With Fed Pick

Balance of Power: Trump Puts His Stamp on Economy With Fed Pick

It’s a huge day for Donald Trump’s economic agenda.
Xi’s ‘New Era’ Risks Boosting Tension Between China and the West

Xi’s ‘New Era’ Risks Boosting Tension Between China and the West

The ruling Communist Party committed to the more assertive policy during a twice-a-decade reshuffle that ended last week, contrasting with a relatively restrained approach over the past three decades.
Meet the Judge Presiding Over the Manafort and Gates Case

Meet the Judge Presiding Over the Manafort and Gates Case

U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson is a Harvard Law School graduate appointed by Barack Obama.
Westminster Scandal ‘On the Radar’ for Pound as Fallon Resigns

Westminster Scandal ‘On the Radar’ for Pound as Fallon Resigns

The sexual harassment scandal engulfing Westminster is a tail risk for the pound, according to Nomura International Plc and Mizuho Bank Ltd.
Can Democrats Harness the #Resistance?

Can Democrats Harness the #Resistance?

The party’s fortunes hinge on turning anti-Trump energy into votes. A wave of new startups aims to help.
The Global Economy Looks Good for 2018 (Unless Somebody Does Something Dumb)

The Global Economy Looks Good for 2018 (Unless Somebody Does Something Dumb)

A key question is whether consumers and businesspeople will continue to shrug off some pretty scary geopolitical threats.
Finding Fault With the Farm Bill

Finding Fault With the Farm Bill

As goes the farm bill, so goes cohesion in American politics.
Lebanon Church Leader Invited to Meet Saudi King in Historic Move

Lebanon Church Leader Invited to Meet Saudi King in Historic Move

Saudi Arabia invited Lebanon’s Catholic patriarch to visit the country and meet King Salman.
Can the U.S. Crack the $90 Billion LNG Market?

Can the U.S. Crack the $90 Billion LNG Market?

Long-term contracts for liquefied natural gas are expiring, but a glut is keeping prices down.
The Next Big Cyberattack Could Turn America’s Lights Off

The Next Big Cyberattack Could Turn America’s Lights Off

Security experts say there’s evidence Russian hackers have breached U.S. utilities and nuclear power plants.