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Modi's Coalition Will Sweep to Victory in India, Exit Polls Show

Modi's Coalition Will Sweep to Victory in India, Exit Polls Show

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ruling coalition is poised for victory in India’s general elections, exit polls showed, which would give it another five years running the world’s fastest-growing major
Under Graft Cloud, Netanyahu Seeks to Limit High Court's Power

Under Graft Cloud, Netanyahu Seeks to Limit High Court's Power

With a new mandate from April elections and facing potential indictment on bribery and fraud charges, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is exploring ways to shield himself from prosecution
Duterte Upbeat, Strong, Not Confined in Hospital, Spokesman Says

Duterte Upbeat, Strong, Not Confined in Hospital, Spokesman Says

President Rodrigo Duterte is in his residence at the presidential palace in Manila and is upbeat and strong his spokesman said Monday, denying that the Philippine leader fell ill and was hospitalized.
Family Guy Emerges as New Conservative Hero after Shock Victory in Australia

Family Guy Emerges as New Conservative Hero after Shock Victory in Australia

Scott Morrison, a proudly suburban, football-loving dad who revels in his nickname ScoMo, is a new conservative hero after leading his government to a surprise victory in Australia’s election campaign
Banker Crimes Prove No Obstacle for Top Fund Managers in Nordics

Banker Crimes Prove No Obstacle for Top Fund Managers in Nordics

The biggest Nordic asset managers are either holding on to, or increasing, stakes in banks dragged down by vast money laundering scandals.
U.K. Plc Counts Cost of Brexit as Politicians ‘Chase Rainbows’

U.K. Plc Counts Cost of Brexit as Politicians ‘Chase Rainbows’

As the cost of the Brexit turmoil mounts for British companies, business leaders are fed up with the U.K.’s political class. And with Prime Minister Theresa May’s tenure coming to an end, they worry
India's Marathon Election Ends, Vote Count Begins Thursday

India's Marathon Election Ends, Vote Count Begins Thursday

Indians voted Sunday in the seventh and final phase of a grueling national election that lasted more than five weeks, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Hindu nationalist party seeks to govern for
In Pictures: Thai King Is Crowned in Lavish Three-Day Ceremony

In Pictures: Thai King Is Crowned in Lavish Three-Day Ceremony

Thailand’s King Maha Vajiralongkorn was crowned on Saturday in a religious ceremony more than two years after ascending to the throne following the death of his father, King Bhumibol Adulyadej.
Thai King's Formal Coronation Caps Eventful Two Years on Throne

Thai King's Formal Coronation Caps Eventful Two Years on Throne

Thailand’s King Maha Vajiralongkorn was crowned in an elaborate ceremony on Saturday, capping a busy period in which he displayed a different approach from his father since taking the throne more than
Pound Faces Jolt as Local Elections Give Impetus to Brexit Talks

Pound Faces Jolt as Local Elections Give Impetus to Brexit Talks

The pound has climbed on optimism over a way forward on Brexit and next week may give the currency a decisive push, strategists say.
World's Top Internet User Taps Fake News Busters for Elections

World's Top Internet User Taps Fake News Busters for Elections

In the Philippines -- where 76 million Internet users stay online the longest in the world -- just a handful of people spend a few hours each day to fight fake news about the upcoming midterm
U.S. Says Roger Stone Can't Have Unredacted Mueller Report

U.S. Says Roger Stone Can't Have Unredacted Mueller Report

Roger Stone’s lawyers have no legal entitlement to an unredacted version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russian interference with the 2016 U.S. presidential election and possible
North Korea Launches Projectiles in Signal to Trump

North Korea Launches Projectiles in Signal to Trump

North Korea fired “numerous” short-range projectiles toward the sea off its eastern coast, South Korea said, in Kim Jong Un’s latest and most provocative signal of frustration with talks with U.S.
Exxon Directors Face Shareholder Revolt Over Climate Change

Exxon Directors Face Shareholder Revolt Over Climate Change

A group of Exxon Mobil Corp. shareholders launched a proxy fight against the oil giant’s directors after failing to get a climate proposal onto the ballot for the company’s annual meeting.
Jho Low's Empty $39 Million Los Angeles Mansion to Be Sold

Jho Low's Empty $39 Million Los Angeles Mansion to Be Sold

U.S. prosecutors and representatives of fugitive Malaysian financier Low Taek Jho want to sell a $39 million mansion in Los Angeles he bought in 2012 with money allegedly stolen from the state-owned
Bolsonaro Cancels Visit to New York After Activists’ Campaign

Bolsonaro Cancels Visit to New York After Activists’ Campaign

Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro canceled a planned trip to New York after human rights activists called on corporate sponsors to withdraw their support for a gala dinner to be hosted in his honor.
'Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power' Full Show (05/03/2019)

'Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power' Full Show (05/03/2019)

"Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power" focuses on the politics and policies being shaped by the agenda of President Trump's administration. (Source: Bloomberg_TV)
Le Pen: Our Europe Vision Not A 'Utopia'

Le Pen: Our Europe Vision Not A 'Utopia'

The leader of France's far-right National Rally party, Marine Le Pen, talked about the European Parliament elections, saying, "Our voice, your voice will count like never before" (Source: TicToc)
John Kelly Joins Board of Company That Detains Migrant Kids

John Kelly Joins Board of Company That Detains Migrant Kids

Former White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly has joined the board of the conglomerate that operates the largest facility for migrant children in the country, the company announced Friday.
Some FAA Inspectors Found to Lack Proper Training, Probe Reveals

Some FAA Inspectors Found to Lack Proper Training, Probe Reveals

The Federal Aviation Administration acknowledged that a whistleblower was correct in saying that some of its personnel were short on training, but says those people weren’t working on the Boeing 737