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11 insider facts about McDonald’s only employees…

McDonald's jobs are abundant. About 375,000 people work at the fast food chain, according to the McDonald's 2016 filing with the Securities Exchange Commission.

Inside the U.S. Crackdown on Chinese Tech

Apr.26 -- Bloomberg Gadfly Columnist Shuli Ren discusses the U.S. crackdown on Chinese tech. She speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." Her opinions are her own.

Injured Steelers LB Shazier makes surprise pick…

Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier was a surprise pick in the first round of the NFL draft less than five months after a spine injury

WaPo: Officials Recommend Prosecuting Immigrant…

A memo reportedly claims this strategy was deployed on part of the U.S.-Mexico border for a few months in 2017.

You Won’t Believe What This Kat Von D Eyeliner…

This eyeliner amazingly survived a car crash unscathed.

Brooks Brothers Hosted a 200th Anniversary…

Zac Posen, Katie Holmes, and Christina Hendricks were among the notable attendees at the Jazz at Lincoln Center bash.


Why Prostitution Should Be Legal

"Sex workers are, for the most part, just ordinary women who are doing a job."

Colin Jost and Michael Che won’t save the Emmys

It doesn’t matter that “Saturday Night Live” cast members and “Weekend Update” anchors Michael Che and Colin Jost have been named to host the 2018 Emmy Awards on Sept. 17....

Why This N. Korea, S Korea Summit Is Important

Apr.26 -- Carnegie-Tsinhua Center Director Paul Haenle weighs in on the North and South Korea summit meeting. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."

Today in History for April 27th

Highlights of this day in history: President and Civil War general Ulysses S. Grant born; Explorer Ferdinand Magellan killed; U.S. Marines attack North Africa during the First Barbary War; Ailing baseball star Babe Ruth honored. (April 27)

Facebook and big tech stocks rally as US indexes…

US stocks are rising as a big gain for Facebook helps technology companies rally and other big companies including Alphabet, Microsoft and Amazon also jump

Paul Ryan Ousts House Chaplain, Prompting…

Rev. Patrick Conroy wrote a resignation letter as "requested."

15 Elegant French Baby Names for Girls

Say "oui" to one of these unique monikers.


These Might Be Scott Pruitt's Last Days. His…

His philosophy towards environmental protection is shared far and wide by Republicans.

Good girl Rachel McAdams gets steamy in ‘Disobedience’

“Disobedience” opens with an ailing Orthodox Jewish rabbi (Anton Lesser) giving what will be his last sermon, on the nature of free will, a divine gift given only to humans....

N. Korea's Kim Jong Un Steps Into South Korea

Apr.26 -- Bloomberg's Stephen Engle reports on Kim Jong Un becoming the first North Korean leader to enter South Korea since the peninsula was divided almost seven decades ago. Engle reports on "Bloomberg Markets."

Arizona, Colorado Teachers Walkout For More Pay

Teachers by the thousands in Arizona and Colorado converged on their state capitols Thursday seeking higher wages and more school funding. In Arizona, the unprecedented strike closed most schools statewide. (April 26)

The Latest: Moon, Kim vow more meetings in summit…

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in have vowed more meetings between them as they held talks for the first time at a border truce village

Kim Makes History, Walks Into South Korea To…

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un just became the first leader of his country to step foot in South Korea since 1953.

Who Is James Middleton? Everything You Need to…

He's a modern-day Willy Wonka, for one.


Prince William dozes off at first event since birth of third child

Following the birth of his third child Prince William seems to be suffering from a bit of sleep deprivation.

S. Korea's Moon, N. Korea's Kim Arrive at Peace…

Apr.26 -- Bloomberg's Stephen Engle reports on Kim Jong Un becoming the first North Korean leader to enter South Korea since the peninsula was divided almost seven decades ago. Engle reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."

FBI Agent on Serial Killer: Everyone Was in Fear

A former cop is accused of living a double life terrorizing neighborhoods at night, becoming one of California's most feared serial killers and rapists in the 1970s and '80s before leaving a cold trail that baffled investigators for decades. (April 26)