House Democrats were joined by advocates and immigrant children outside the US Capitol building on Wednesday to demand an end to a policy that's led to forced separation of more than 2,300 migrant children from their parents at the US border. (June 20)
Speaker Paul Ryan says the House will vote Thursday on GOP immigration bills, but he offered no back-up plan to bring an end to family separations at the border if the measure fails to pass. (June 20)
Democratic Sen. Ron Wyden slammed Trump administration officials for violating ethics rules during a trade hearing featuring Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross Wednesday. (June 20)
Israel's military says its warplanes have struck some 25 Hamas positions in Gaza after Palestinian militants fired dozens of rockets and mortars at southern communities
Actors Anna Paquin and Bradley Whitford - who star in new PR-based comedy drama "Flack" - explain how publicity has changed in the age of social media. Paquin stars as Robyn – a successful but highly-strung PR strategist who stage manages the lives of several high-profile clients, including Whitford's character, Calvin Cooper. (June 20)
Jun.20 -- Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe speaks about the economy, labor shortages and dealing with a world that is "less-inflation prone that it once was." He speaks at the ECB's Central Banking Forum in Sintra, Portugal.
Jun.20 -- Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda discusses the state of the nation's economy in the five years since the start of quantitative easing. Kuroda spoke at a European Central Bank forum in Sintra, Portugal.
Jun.20 -- What's wrong with sugar? Governments and health professionals have emphasized reducing it to tackle a number of public health problems. Bloomberg QuickTake explains why sugar is problematic, and what policymakers are doing to try to get people to cut back.