WASHINGTON — The federal government was poised to shut down at midnight, after the Senate failed to pass a short-term spending bill in a showdown between Democrats and Republicans and President Donald Trump. A late Friday evening Senate vote on a House funding bill failed to garner 60 votes needed. But the vote was held […]
Jan.17 -- Longbow Research analyst Shawn Harrison cut Apple stock to neutral on Wednesday. He discusses his call with Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro on "Bloomberg Markets: The Open." Harrison, his family, and firm, do not own shares of Apple.
Activists return to the streets a year after 1 million people rallied worldwide for female empowerment, hoping to create an enduring political movement that will elect more women to government office.
Democratic senators gathered on Capitol Hill to express frustration with the budget negotiations. They say that there is bipartisan legislation that the republicans are thwarting. (Jan. 19)
What do most of us know about planning a heist that we didn’t glean from the movies? As “American Animals” points out, there’s not a wealth of published how-to manuals on the subject. Yet cinema has shown us enough intricate robberies, both failed and fortune-yielding, to fuel many an idle daydream about how we’d hypothetically […]
Jan.17 -- Bloomberg Intelligence's Alison Williams examines fourth-quarter results for Goldman Sachs Group Inc. She speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Top-ranked Simona Halep saved three match points and finally finished off a 4-6, 6-4, 15-13 victory after a 3-hour, 45-minute marathon against American Lauren Davis to reach the fourth round of the Australian Open
Freshman photography student Nathan (Tony Revolori) is on a quest to find the real America. On “The Long Dumb Road” of director Hannah Fidell’s title, his trek from Texas to Los Angeles, he pulls over to shoot shuttered movie theaters and American flags drooping over drive-thrus, the kind of cynical corporate salute a kid like […]
Jan.17 -- Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli comments on Yale professor James Whitman's essay on "Trump's Quest To Make America White Again" and discusses Congress negotiating to avoid a government shutdown. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."