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North Korea Bars Foreign Tourists Amid Virus Threat, Groups Say
North Korea has temporarily closed its borders to foreign tourists, two major operators of tours to the isolated country said, in an apparent effort to seal itself off from a new virus causing global
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Five Star on the Brink in Italy With Salvini Preparing to Pounce
At a luxury hotel by the ancient Roman Forum, the founder of Italy’s populist Five Star Movement took his heir to task at a private meeting less than two months ago.The septuagenarian Beppe Grillo
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A Catastrophic Drop in Tourism Haunts Hong Kong in the New Year
In the wake of protests and a deepening recession, workers fear for their jobs as shops and restaurants are starved of revenue from visiting mainlanders.
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Chinese Travel Woes Squeeze Thai Economy as New Virus Spreads
Thailand’s economy faces a new hurdle: A virus in China that threatens to squeeze its key tourism industry during a peak travel period.
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Bernie Sanders Fans Slam Hillary Clinton After She Says ‘Nobody Likes Him’
Supporters of Bernie Sanders took to Twitter Tuesday slamming Hillary Clinton for saying that nobody liked him.
Pro-Trump Super PAC Buys Anti-Impeachment Ads: Campaign Update
The nonprofit arm of a pro-Trump super PAC said Tuesday it will spend $1 million on anti-impeachment ads in three key states in the November election.
Brussels Edition: Back from the Brink
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.
Davos by the Numbers: From Climate Change to Billionaires
Greta Thunberg’s call to the World Economic Forum in 2019 that it’s time to panic about climate change might be finally starting to hit home as attendees show more alarm at the teenage activist’s
German Tech Needs Politicians to Step Up, GetYourGuide COO Says
A lack of political will and understanding is hindering German sovereign wealth and pension funds from investing in the country’s startup and tech scene, the co-founder of GetYourGuide said.
Trump Trial to Open With Questions Unanswered on Ukraine ‘Favor’
WASHINGTON, DC - NOVEMBER 21: A portion of a phone transcript is displayed as Fiona Hill, the National Security Council’s former senior director for Europe and Russia, and David Holmes, an official
Australia Starts Clean-Up From Fires With Claims Rising
The New South Wales and Victorian state governments will coordinate the clean-up of insured and uninsured residential and commercial properties destroyed in the deadly wildfires.
Ex-Congressman Collins Gets 26 Months for Insider Trading
The sentence caps a bizarre political downfall for the first congressman to endorse Donald Trump for president. Collins went on to become the first sitting member of the U.S. House of Representatives
These People Will Defend President Trump in His Impeachment Trial
The Senate impeachment trial of Donald Trump is set to begin in earnest on Tuesday and the president has selected these nine people to defend him.
Bloomberg Would Require All New Cars To Be Electric: Campaign Update
The Democratic National Committee announced the rules to qualify for the next presidential debate in New Hampshire on Feb. 7.
Trump Adds Alan Dershowitz and Ken Starr to Impeachment Legal Team
President Donald Trump is adding a pair of experienced but controversial attorneys to his legal defense team -- celebrity lawyer Alan Dershowitz and Ken Starr, whose independent counsel investigation
SEC’S Jackson Leaving Next Month to Return to Teaching at NYU
Robert Jackson Jr. said he will step down from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission next month to return to teaching, leaving Wall Street’s main regulator with an open Democratic seat as
U.S.-China Deal Text Creates Confusion on Insurance Opening
A trade pact opening up China’s insurance sector to U.S. firms has caused confusion among lawyers in the Asian nation.
New Law Enables Renters to Avoid Upfront Cash Security Deposits
A new law in Cincinnati allows renters to avoid paying upfront security deposits for homes.
Schwarzman Says Trade Deal Shows Huge Change in U.S.-China Ties
Steve Schwarzman, chief executive officer of Blackstone Group Inc., said the U.S.-China trade agreement shows positive change from the world’s economic superpowers.
T-Mobile’s Fate With Judge After Last Arguments in Sprint Trial
T-Mobile US Inc.’s bid to buy wireless rival Sprint Corp. is in a judge’s hands after the companies made their final plea for him to reject a state lawsuit seeking to block the deal.