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Ford Takes Regulator for a Spin in Pitch to Save Connected Cars

Ford Takes Regulator for a Spin in Pitch to Save Connected Cars

Automakers won control over a choice swath of wireless spectrum 20 years ago on the promise of delivering safety innovations to vehicles.
Trump to Swap Obama’s ‘Clean Power Plan’ for Modest Upgrades

Trump to Swap Obama’s ‘Clean Power Plan’ for Modest Upgrades

The Trump administration is on track to obliterate former President Barack Obama’s signature plan for combating climate change by replacing sweeping curbs on power plant emissions with requirements
Trump Donor Kelly Craft Faces Climate Hurdles to Be UN Ambassador

Trump Donor Kelly Craft Faces Climate Hurdles to Be UN Ambassador

Donald Trump is closer to filling a key gap on his national security team as a Senate panel this week takes up the nomination of Kelly Craft to be UN ambassador after she served as envoy to Canada
Moderate Democrats Would Rather Talk About Health Care Than Impeachment

Moderate Democrats Would Rather Talk About Health Care Than Impeachment

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is trying to draw attention away from the politically explosive topic of impeaching President Donald Trump by putting health care back at center stage for Democrats.
Trump Should Be a Shoo-in for 2020, But Low Approval Holds Him Back

Trump Should Be a Shoo-in for 2020, But Low Approval Holds Him Back

Donald Trump enjoys a strong economy, a nation at relative peace, the advantage of incumbency and a well funded campaign -- assets that make him a good bet for re-election, even though most voters say
Trump's Tax Cuts Could Die the Hard Way: A Little at a Time

Trump's Tax Cuts Could Die the Hard Way: A Little at a Time

Democratic presidential candidates like Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have talked about repealing the GOP’s tax overhaul. Yet a large-scale rollback is unlikely. Instead, two other forces could slowly
Johnson Storms Ahead and Softens No-Deal Threat: Brexit Update

Johnson Storms Ahead and Softens No-Deal Threat: Brexit Update

Boris Johnson surged ahead in the race to become Britain’s next prime minister after coming first in the latest ballot of Conservative party MPs. Outsider Rory Stewart gained on his rivals, while
U.S. Sending 1,000 More Troops to Middle East

U.S. Sending 1,000 More Troops to Middle East

The Trump administration is sending about 1,000 more American troops to the Middle East as tensions between the U.S. and Iran continue to rise. That’s after the Pentagon released new photos and a
Iran to Breach Uranium Cap ‘in Days’

Iran to Breach Uranium Cap ‘in Days’

Iran says it will breach a 2015 nuclear deal on uranium stockpiles within a few days unless Europe helps ease the pressure of U.S. sanction. Bloomberg’s Derek Wallbank reports on “Bloomberg Markets:
UN Says 27,000 Killed in Northeast Nigeria Attacks Since 2009

UN Says 27,000 Killed in Northeast Nigeria Attacks Since 2009

More than 27,000 people have been killed in attacks in northeastern Nigeria since 2009, the United Nations said.
Hong Kong Leader Carrie Lam Makes Personal Apology, But Won't Resign

Hong Kong Leader Carrie Lam Makes Personal Apology, But Won't Resign

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam sought to defuse protests that have rocked the city without stepping down or officially withdrawing a bill that would allow extraditions to China for the first time.
Brexit Bulletin: Boris and the Pound

Brexit Bulletin: Boris and the Pound

Today in Brexit: Boris Johnson remains the frontrunner to become prime minister, but he’s failing to charm currency markets.
China’s Foreign Minister Warns Against Opening ‘Pandora's Box’ in Middle East

China’s Foreign Minister Warns Against Opening ‘Pandora's Box’ in Middle East

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi warned against opening a ‘Pandora’s box’ in the Middle East, saying it was important to protect the legal rights of all parties in the region.
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Malaysia Minister Provides Statement on Sex Videos to Police

Malaysia Minister Provides Statement on Sex Videos to Police

Malaysia’s Economic Affairs Minister Azmin Ali, a leading member of the ruling party, provided a statement to police as part of their investigation into a series of sex videos allegedly implicating
Brussels Edition: Jobs Jamboree

Brussels Edition: Jobs Jamboree

Welcome to the Brussels Edition, Bloomberg’s daily briefing on what matters most in the heart of the European Union. Sign up here to get it in your inbox every weekday morning.
As U.S. Boosts Pressure, Iran Tests Trump's Appetite for a Fight

As U.S. Boosts Pressure, Iran Tests Trump's Appetite for a Fight

President Donald Trump’s campaign vow to get the U.S. out of costly foreign entanglements is colliding with the messy reality of America’s commitments in the Middle East, where tensions are rising
U.S.-China Trade Negotiations: What We Know So Far

U.S.-China Trade Negotiations: What We Know So Far

Edward Goldberg, group president at Annisa and assistant professor at NYU Center for Global Affairs, discusses the U.S.-China trade negotiations and where he thinks they’re heading. He speaks on
Trump Trade Chief Faces Congress Grilling on Path to China Deal

Trump Trade Chief Faces Congress Grilling on Path to China Deal

President Donald Trump’s top trade envoy will be in the congressional hot seat for two days this week, giving lawmakers the chance to grill him about the prospects for a deal with China, as well as
Angela Merkel’s EU Candidate to Replace Juncker Is Struggling

Angela Merkel’s EU Candidate to Replace Juncker Is Struggling

German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s candidate for the European Commission is running out of time and luck, raising the prospect that she may need to change tack and prioritize the European Central