Current Affairs Shows
Current Affairs Episodes
Marc Lotter, director of strategic communications for Trump 2020, discusses the first Democratic presidential debate with Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli.
Austan Goolsbee, professor of economics at the University of Chicago Booth School and former chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisers, discusses the Fed and monetary policy on "Balance of Power."
Larry Sabato, director of the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia, previews the Democratic debate on "Balance of Power."
On this edition of "Charting Futures," Bloomberg's Mike McGlone examines the performance of Bitcoin futures with Bloomberg's Abigail Doolittle on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
Amersham Associates' Kito de Boer discusses Jared Kushner's economic plan for Middle East peace on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Phil Neville says Steph Houghton and Millie Bright are doubts.
Ellen White says winning the World Cup Golden Boot is not a priority.
Leland Miller, China Beige Book chief executive officer, discusses the impact of trade tensions on China's economy with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and Amanda Lang on "Bloomberg Markets."
A divided U.S. Supreme Court rejected calls by business groups to overturn two decades-old rulings that have given federal agencies broad power to interpret their own regulations.
Beth Akers, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, discusses student debt ahead of the Democratic debates on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Jeanne Zaino, professor of political science at Iona College, previews the first Democratic debate on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Angela Eagle welcomes Prince Williams comments on LGBTQ+ community.
Sen. James Lankford, a Republican from Oklahoma, discusses trade and tariffs on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer discusses the city's economy beyond tourism, support of 5G technology, and clean energy goals.
Plans for a new £200m adventure park in Wales are now in doubt.
The restaurant, Mirazur, on the French Riviera won the competition, which saw other European restaurants dominate the top 10 list.
Ian Blackford launches verbal attack at Conservative leadership hopefuls.
Stephen Parker, head of thematic equity solutions at JPMorgan Private Bank, Chris Hyzy, chief investment officer at Bank of America Merrill Lynch Private Bank, and Bill Zox, fixed income chief investment officer at Diamond Hill Investment Group, d...
Greg Peters, head of multi-sector and strategy at PGIM Fixed Income, discusses market expectations for Federal Reserve rate cuts and examines U.S. and global bond yields.
Theresa May returns to the venue of her 2017 Conservative party conference.
Jeremy Corbyn challenged the prime minister about the sale of weapons to Saudi Arabia, which is engaged in the war in Yemen.
Arlene Foster says she's looking forward to working with whoever is next PM.
Once seen as a possible president, Nadiya Savchenko now faces accusations of planning a violent coup.
Two-thirds of children forced into online sex abuse videos in the Philippines are exploited by their own parent or family member, it is claimed.
But he said he would be worried "how much harder their life could be" because of discrimination.
A photo showing a father and his daughter drowned in the Rio Grande has highlighted the dangers facing migrants trying to cross into the US.
The girl now known as "Baby India" was found after nearby residents heard cries.
Fifty years after the Stonewall riots, Ben Hunte learns about the activists who helped make changes.
UBS Group AG Chief Executive Officer Sergio Ermotti has accused Switzerland's banking regulators of trying too hard on too-big-to-fail rules.
Eleven men, mostly from Syria, have gone on trial in Freiburg, Germany over the gang rape of an 18-year-old woman outside a nightclub last October.
Backstage Capital Founder and Managing Partner Arlan Hamilton says she would let the next Mark Zuckerberg "walk away.
Catherine Mann, global chief economist at Citi, explains how the U.S.-China trade war can weigh on the global economy.
Jeremy Hunt discusses the Brexit departure date.
Michael Gove refuses to say who he'll be supporting for Conservative leader.
Howard Dean, former Democratic National Committee chairman, examines the main issues of the first Democratic presidential debate.
Jeremy Hunt enjoys better “milkshake moment” than Nigel Farage.
John Ryding, chief economist and founding partner at RDQ Economics, discusses the prospect of a Federal Reserve rate cut in July.
To keep cool, some animals have taken matters into their own hands (or trunks). At these zoos in Austria and Germany, worm ice lollies are on the menu too.
Hone Kong protesters are planning a rally to coincide with the G-20 summit as China draws a hard line on discussions of recent events in the city during the upcoming meetings.
Niamh McBurney, head of Middle East and North Africa at ?Verisk Maplecroft, discusses the U.S.
New Birmingham exhibition celebrates the city's heavy metal heritage.
Joyce Chang, global head of research at JPMorgan, discusses the global economy and the cost to U.S. households if President Donald Trump imposes a new round of tariffs on Chinese goods.
Five critically endangered eastern black rhinos travelled from a Czech safari park to begin new lives in Rwanda's Akagera National Park.
In the UK, which accounts for one-third of all overdose deaths in Europe, 46% (1,164) of the fatalities from drug use recorded in England and Wales in 2017 involved heroin and morphine.
U.S. technology companies have started shipping some components to Huawei Technologies Co. after finding legal ways of working with the company in spite of its inclusion on a Trump administration blacklist. Bloomberg Opinion columnist Tim Culpan h...