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Corbyn on Brexit Transition and Paradise Papers

Corbyn on Brexit Transition and Paradise Papers

Opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn discusses Brexit and his call for an inquiry into offshore investments. He speaks with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards. (Source: Bloomberg)
Nafta Negotiators Extend Length of Upcoming Round

Nafta Negotiators Extend Length of Upcoming Round

Employees do welding on a a railcar structure at the Bombardier Inc. assembly plant in Ciudad Sahagun, Mexico, on Wednesday, July 3, 2013. Bombardier Inc., seeking to diversify the company’s rail
Tax Policy Group Withdraws Study of House Bill After Its Release

Tax Policy Group Withdraws Study of House Bill After Its Release

A Washington policy group found an error in its analysis of the House Republican tax bill on Monday evening, and withdrew a published study that said the legislation would mean higher taxes for some.
GOP Donor Foster Friess on Potential Senate Run

GOP Donor Foster Friess on Potential Senate Run

Foster Friess, Friess Associates founder, discusses his potential Senate run with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and David Gura on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power." (Source: Bloomberg)
Cornyn Says Texas Shooting May Prompt Look at Background Checks

Cornyn Says Texas Shooting May Prompt Look at Background Checks

John Cornyn, the No. 2 Senate Republican, said the massacre at a Texas church may prompt Congress to look into whether there are gaps in the firearms background-check system that allowed the gunman to
Middle East Blunders by May's Top Ministers Put Her on the Spot

Middle East Blunders by May's Top Ministers Put Her on the Spot

Theresa May’s top diplomat is accused of risking a longer jail sentence for a British mother being held in Iran. Her minister for international development held a secret meeting with the Israeli
Author McGregor Says Japan Is Worried About Trump

Author McGregor Says Japan Is Worried About Trump

Richard McGregor, author of "Asia's Reckoning" and former Financial Times Washington bureau chief, discusses President Donald Trump's trip to Asia. He speaks with Bloomberg's Julia Chatterley and
No Relief on Offer for U.K. Executives Angry Over Brexit Fumbles

No Relief on Offer for U.K. Executives Angry Over Brexit Fumbles

With their anxiety spiraling over Brexit, Britain’s business leaders weren’t impressed by the pitch from the Conservative premier -- or the Labour leader who wants her job.
Saudi Corruption Purge Snares $33 Billion of Net Worth

Saudi Corruption Purge Snares $33 Billion of Net Worth

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s crackdown on some of Saudi Arabia’s richest and most powerful men has put $33 billion of personal wealth at risk.
Bid to Save the TPP Trade Deal Comes to a Head

Bid to Save the TPP Trade Deal Comes to a Head

The push to salvage a Pacific-rim trade pact will come to a head this week as nations diverge on whether it should be preserved, abandoned or renegotiated from scratch after President Donald Trump
AFP President Sees Good Progress on Tax Reform

AFP President Sees Good Progress on Tax Reform

Tim Phillips, Americans for Prosperity president, discusses the GOP tax reform plan. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
Woman Fired for Flipping Off Trump's Motorcade

Woman Fired for Flipping Off Trump's Motorcade

A woman has gotten the boot after flipping the bird at President Donald Trump's motorcade.
Ethanol and Big Oil Are Advertising on Fox News to Try to Get Trump’s Attention

Ethanol and Big Oil Are Advertising on Fox News to Try to Get Trump’s Attention

Other industries are also banking on Fox News being the way to Trump’s heart.
U.K.'s May Faces Heat on Brexit and Harassment

U.K.'s May Faces Heat on Brexit and Harassment

Bloomberg's Tim Ross discusses how U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is under fire for a sexual harassment scandal that is rocking Westminster. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
Here's What's at Stake With Trump's Trip to Asia

Here's What's at Stake With Trump's Trip to Asia

Bloomberg's Jennifer Epstein discusses President Donald Trump's high-stakes trip to Asia. She speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
U.K. May Seek Closer Ties With U.S. Drug Overseer After Brexit

U.K. May Seek Closer Ties With U.S. Drug Overseer After Brexit

If the U.K. can’t reach an accord regarding new drug approvals by the European medicines regulator following Brexit, the government may consider looking to the U.S. for support.
Menendez Jury Starts Deliberating Senator's Bribery Case

Menendez Jury Starts Deliberating Senator's Bribery Case

A federal jury began deliberating whether Senator Robert Menendez took bribes from a Florida eye doctor in a case that could have implications for the composition of the Senate and the ability of the
Here’s Where the GOP Tax Bill Stands Right Now

Here’s Where the GOP Tax Bill Stands Right Now

The House’s tax-writing committee is scheduled to begin a four-day effort aimed at revising its tax-overhaul bill at noon in Washington.
McCain Treated at Walter Reed for Torn Achilles Tendon

McCain Treated at Walter Reed for Torn Achilles Tendon

Senator John McCain's office says he suffered a minor tear in his right Achilles tendon and was treated over the weekend at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
Senator Investigates How Drugmaker Alkermes Pushed Its Opioid-Addiction Treatment

Senator Investigates How Drugmaker Alkermes Pushed Its Opioid-Addiction Treatment

A Democratic senator said that she was opening an investigation of tactics allegedly used by drugmaker Alkermes Plc to boost sales of its opioid-addiction treatment.