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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
Trump Economy Poses Dilemma for Democrats as 2020 Looms

Trump Economy Poses Dilemma for Democrats as 2020 Looms

Neera Tanden, president at Center for American Progress, discusses the 2020 Democratic field with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Balance of Power." (Source: Bloomberg)
Trump Travel Ban Court Challenges Survive U.S. Dismissal Bid

Trump Travel Ban Court Challenges Survive U.S. Dismissal Bid

Three lawsuits challenging the constitutionality of Donald Trump’s travel ban can move forward because the president’s order may have been motivated by an illegitimate hostility to Muslims, a Maryland
House Gets Approval to Defend Trump Bank Subpoenas in Court

House Gets Approval to Defend Trump Bank Subpoenas in Court

The U.S. House of Representatives can defend its subpoenas for Donald Trump’s bank records in a lawsuit the president filed against Deutsche Bank AG and Capital One Financial Corp. to prevent the
Trump Call for One Point Rate Cut Is 'Bonkersville,' Economist Goolsbee Says

Trump Call for One Point Rate Cut Is 'Bonkersville,' Economist Goolsbee Says

Austan Goolsbee, professor of economics at the University of Chicago Booth School and former chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, discusses the U.S. jobs report with Bloomberg's David Westin
Hassett Sees 'Tremendous Amount of Momentum' in U.S. Economy

Hassett Sees 'Tremendous Amount of Momentum' in U.S. Economy

White House Council of Economic Advisers Chairman Kevin Hassett discusses the U.S. jobs report and trade talks with China. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Balance of Power." (Source:
FAA Asks Foreign Regulators for Views on 737 Max Certification

FAA Asks Foreign Regulators for Views on 737 Max Certification

Aviation regulators outside the U.S. will weigh in on whether the Federal Aviation Administration adequately approved the Boeing 737 Max as safe to fly, the agency said in a statement Friday.
Trudeau Carbon Tax Passes Test as Court Says It’s Constitutional

Trudeau Carbon Tax Passes Test as Court Says It’s Constitutional

A Canadian provincial court ruled in favor of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s carbon tax, in what is poised to be a lengthy legal fight.
Trump Says Putin Not ‘Involved’ in Venezuela, Despite U.S. Claim

Trump Says Putin Not ‘Involved’ in Venezuela, Despite U.S. Claim

Donald Trump said that Russian President Vladimir Putin isn’t seeking to “get involved” in the crisis in Venezuela, despite assertions by the American president’s top national security advisers that
Portugal May Be Headed for Election With Premier's Budget Gambit

Portugal May Be Headed for Election With Premier's Budget Gambit

Portugal’s premier threatened to resign over a plan to boost spending, raising the possibility of early elections in a country that fought hard to regain investor confidence after Europe’s debt
U.S. to Extend Key Waivers Linked to Iran's Nuclear Program

U.S. to Extend Key Waivers Linked to Iran's Nuclear Program

The Trump administration will renew several key waivers that allow Iran to keep operating a limited civilian nuclear program, a move that heads off a clash with European allies and Tehran over the
May and Corbyn Both Bruised by U.K. Voters’ Brexit Backlash

May and Corbyn Both Bruised by U.K. Voters’ Brexit Backlash

Voters in England punished both Theresa May’s Conservatives and Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour opposition in local elections, piling pressure on the two party leaders to resolve the Brexit crisis paralyzing