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Ebola Is Up Against Uganda's Track Record of Defeating the Virus

Ebola Is Up Against Uganda's Track Record of Defeating the Virus

Uganda’s health authorities have a track record of dealing with outbreaks of Ebola, and they’re already drawing praise from the World Health Organization for their response to the latest incidence of
Yemeni Missile Attack on Saudi Airport Wounds 26 in Escalation

Yemeni Missile Attack on Saudi Airport Wounds 26 in Escalation

A missile fired by Iranian-backed Yemeni rebels hit a Saudi airport on Wednesday, wounding 26 people and ratcheting up regional tensions just as international efforts to avert escalation get underway.
The Number That Will Tell Us Whether Trump’s Mexico Deal Is Real

The Number That Will Tell Us Whether Trump’s Mexico Deal Is Real

President Donald Trump’s patience for his deal averting tariffs on Mexico depends on a quick drop in migration across the U.S. border -- something his own administration and political allies see as an
Defense Abuses Like 9,400% Markup on Parts Targeted in New Bill

Defense Abuses Like 9,400% Markup on Parts Targeted in New Bill

Defense contracting abuses the Pentagon says are “gouging” U.S. taxpayers are being targeted in proposed amendments to the $733 billion defense bill working its way through Congress.
Trump’s Net Worth Rises to $3 Billion Despite Business Setbacks

Trump’s Net Worth Rises to $3 Billion Despite Business Setbacks

President Donald Trump’s net worth rose to $3 billion, a 5% gain over the past year, thanks to a jump in the value of an office-building deal he once sued to prevent.
Rural Voters ‘Tired and Frustrated’ With Trump But Sticking With Him

Rural Voters ‘Tired and Frustrated’ With Trump But Sticking With Him

Rural Americans are showing no signs they’re ready to abandon President Donald Trump even as dissatisfaction grows among farmers over his trade policies.
ECB Could Increase Stimulus Again If Needed, Villeroy Says

ECB Could Increase Stimulus Again If Needed, Villeroy Says

The European Central Bank could intensify stimulus if the euro area shows more signs of weakness, but can’t resolve the trade tensions that are the number one threat to the economy, Governing Council
Johnson `Not Attracted' to Suspending Parliament: Brexit Update

Johnson `Not Attracted' to Suspending Parliament: Brexit Update

Boris Johnson said he doesn’t want a no-deal Brexit but the country must prepare for one as a negotiating tactic. Dialing down his earlier rhetoric, the favorite to replace Theresa May said he wants a
Brexit Bulletin: Boris in the Spotlight

Brexit Bulletin: Boris in the Spotlight

Today in Brexit: Boris Johnson sets out his campaign as Labour moves again to block a no-deal departure.
U.S. Lawmakers Denounce Hong Kong’s Extradition Bill

U.S. Lawmakers Denounce Hong Kong’s Extradition Bill

Hong Kong lawmakers have delayed a debate on a controversial bill that would allow extradition to mainland China. The decision came as tens of thousands of demonstrators protested outside the
Macron Says He Would Back Merkel for EU Post ‘If She Wants It’

Macron Says He Would Back Merkel for EU Post ‘If She Wants It’

French President Emmanuel Macron said he’d support German Chancellor Angela Merkel for the European Union’s top executive post if she wants it.
Trade Deal Could Propel U.S. to Top of China's LNG Supplier List

Trade Deal Could Propel U.S. to Top of China's LNG Supplier List

Here’s another reason for Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping to seal a swift trade deal: it could put the U.S. on track to become China’s biggest supplier of liquefied natural gas, according to
Why Progressive Lawyers Group’s Ng Is Against Hong Kong’s Extradition Bill

Why Progressive Lawyers Group’s Ng Is Against Hong Kong’s Extradition Bill

Jason Ng, convenor for Progressive Lawyers Group, discusses Hong Kong’s controversial extradition legislation and why he’s against it. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: Asia.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Brussels Edition: In Europe’s Defense

Brussels Edition: In Europe’s Defense

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.
North Carolina Man Pleads Guilty to Killing Three Muslim Students

North Carolina Man Pleads Guilty to Killing Three Muslim Students

Moments after a North Carolina man pleaded guilty to gunning down three Muslim university students, a prosecutor played a cellphone video of the slayings in the courtroom Wednesday as one of the
North Korea Has Breached Oil Import Limit, U.S. Tells UN

North Korea Has Breached Oil Import Limit, U.S. Tells UN

The U.S. and its allies accused North Korea of importing more petroleum so far this year than allowed under United Nations sanctions, according to a report to a Security Council committee.
Hong Kong Legislature Postpones Debate as Protesters Block Roads

Hong Kong Legislature Postpones Debate as Protesters Block Roads

Protests outside Hong Kong’s Legislative Council expanded to block several central boulevards after the city’s chief lawmaker postponed debate on controversial legislation that would allow
Europe Fears Manufacturing Meltdown Will Infect Rest of Economy

Europe Fears Manufacturing Meltdown Will Infect Rest of Economy

European industry is in trouble and there’s a risk it will infect other parts of the economy, deepening the slowdown that’s already left the region fragile.
Brexit Britain Contemplates Another Foreign Central Bank Boss

Brexit Britain Contemplates Another Foreign Central Bank Boss

The Bank of England job has rarely been more political and the only outsider in the running isn’t afraid to speak his mind.
Tour of China Shows a Nation Girding for Protracted Trade War

Tour of China Shows a Nation Girding for Protracted Trade War

President Donald Trump is eager to crow about the economic weapon he wielded against Mexico to win concessions on immigration: “Tariffs are a great negotiating tool,” he declared Tuesday.