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'No Wrongdoing' on 1MDB Scandal, Malaysia’s P…

Apr.25 -- Ahead of May 9 election, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak sat down with Bloomberg News Asia Editor Shamim Adam. In an exclusive interview, he says the opposition party's agenda was behind what became one of the world's biggest financial scandal. He was also contrite that there should have been a tighter supervision.

The Latest: Serial killing suspect faces more…

A man accused of committing serial killings and rapes in the 1970s and '80s in California has been charged with four more counts of murder

Twitter Stock Suffers Despite Earnings

Apr.25 -- Bloomberg's Selina Wang reports on the earnings and performance of Twitter. She speaks on "What'd You Miss?"

World’s Only ‘Tropical’ Polar Bear Passes A…

The world’s only “tropical” polar bear has passed away at the age of 27.

Curtis Sittenfeld on Short Stories, the Ivy…

The Prep author's latest book, You Think It, I'll Say It, is out this week.

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18 Crazy Twists On Frozen Banana Ice Cream

If you're still making plain frozen-banana ice cream, you're totally missing out.

Transcendental urination: Rand Paul on the time the Dalai Lama hogged the bathroom

“What’s he doing in there, reincarnating himself?”

Digital Content's Kint Says Facebook Users Didn't…

Apr.25 -- Digital Content Next CEO Jason Kint weighs in on Facebook's earnings and performance. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."

Toronto Suspect's Posts Showed Anger at Women

A chilling Facebook message posted before a van plowed into a crowded Toronto sidewalk has raised the possibility the suspect in the attack nursed grudges against women. (April 25)

GOP senators float idea of resolution backing…

Republican senators are floating an alternative to bipartisan legislation that would protect special counsel Robert Mueller's job

HUD Wants People Who Get Housing Assistance To…

Under the proposal from the Trump administration, rent payments for some families could triple.

‘Overlord’ Not ‘Clove…

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Chelsea Clinton blasts reporter for not fact-checking Hillary book

"We clearly have different definitions of nonfiction,” she tweeted.

Why There's a Huge Sigh of Relief for Facebook

Apr.25 -- Bloomberg's Tom Giles discusses Facebook's earnings and how the company is going in the right direction again on "What'd You Miss?"

What The Latest DACA Ruling Means For New…

Who are the potential first-time DACA applicants who could benefit from the latest ruling by a federal judge in favor of the program?

House member seeks to stop turkey drop at Arkansas festival

A Nevada congresswoman wants her colleagues to ban the dropping of live turkeys from low-flying airplanes, as is done at an Arkansas festival every fall

Macron Says US Will Rejoin The Paris Climate…

Macron stuck firm to his views on climate change Wednesday, even though they differ from Trump's agenda.

Rachel Weisz Flaunts Her Baby Bump in a Beautiful…

She's in full bloom!

Rachael Ray's 12-Year Marriage Has Had So Many…

There are some crazy rumors about her husband.

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Nicole Kidman let Adam Rippon smell her husband Keith Urban

“I’m really able to be who I am very effortlessly."

PayPal Holds Its Own After Losing EBay

Apr.25 -- Bloomberg's Julie Verhage reports on PayPal's first-quarter results and optimistic forecast on "Bloomberg Technology."

Macron Talks Climate Change, Syria with Students

French President Emmanuel Macron visited George Washington University Wednesday for a town hall with students as his visit to the United States ended. (April 25)