Highlights of this day in history: Allied troops begin their evacuation from Dunkirk, France; President Andrew Johnson's impeachment trial ends with his acquittal; Actor John Wayne; Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley's daughter Lisa Marie marry. (May 26)
May.25 -- The Trump administration has reportedly reached a deal to keep China's second-biggest telecom manufacturer alive. Isaac Stone Fish, Asia Society senior fellow, and Bloomberg's Selina Wang react on "Bloomberg Technology."
Novelist Anthony Doerr took his family to Nicaragua that was filled with fears of riptides, stingray attacks, and smoking volcanic fumaroles. It turned into a grateful retreat.
May.25 -- Anwar Ibrahim's story is one of the world's great modern political dramas. Twice jailed by political rivals, Anwar worked with an unlikely coalition of former foes and from behind bars help bring down Malaysia's scandal plagued government. As Anwar prepares to become Malaysia's next prime minister he tells Bloomberg's Haslinda Amin about the value of freedom and his plans for Malaysia's future.
The seven members of multi-million selling Korean pop group BTS have a trick to keeping in harmony, they live together, under certain house rules. (May 25)
Official counting is set to begin in Ireland's historic abortion rights referendum, with two exit polls predicting an overwhelming victory for those seeking to end the country's strict ban
Ireland appeared to move away from its conservative Roman Catholic roots and embrace a more liberal viewpoint Friday as two major exit polls predicted voters had repealed a constitutional ban on abortion. (May 25)
May.25 -- 10-year U.S. Treasury yield remained below 3 percent ahead of the U.S. Memorial Day weekend, closing at its lowest level in more than a month. Price action was driven by European bond rout, which saw bunds rally sharply as political jitters hit peripherals, with notable focus on Italy and Spain bonds. Henry Peabody, portfolio manager at Eaton Vance, and Matt Brill, head of U.S. investment grade for Invesco Fixed Income, join Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro and Lisa Abramowicz to discuss the U.S. Treasury curve and the next move for the Federal Reserve.
"Arrested Development" star David Cross says he couldn't be more different than the quirky character he plays in the comedy, who always wears jean cut-offs under his clothes - including in the shower. (May 25)