A Southwest Airlines flight was feeling the love Sunday night when a jet-setting couple took their relationship to the next level—thousands of feet above ground.
Massachusetts Republican Governor Charlie Baker reversed a decision to send a state National Guard helicopter to the U.S.-Mexico border, citing what he called the administration's "cruel and inhumane" policy of separating children and parents. (June 19)
The U.N. health agency said Monday that compulsively playing video games now qualifies as a mental health condition. The statement confirmed the fears of some parents. Critics warn that it may risk stigmatizing too many young video players. (June 19)
Jun.19 -- Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers discusses his theory on "secular stagnation" and the challenges facing central bankers amid low interest rates and fiscal expansion. He talks with Bloomberg's Stephanie Flanders in Sintra, Portugal, on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."
South Korea says it believes the suspension of military drills with the US in August will help maintain momentum in talks with North Korea on ending nuclear program
Jun.19 -- Gateway Partners CEO Viswanathan Shankar discusses the Saudi Arabia equities market, global trade disputes, and talks about the performance of Tesla. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Middle East."
Parents who have used cannabis to treat severe epilepsy in their children are feeling more cautious than celebratory as the US government nears decision on drug made from marijuana plant. (June 19)
Jun.19 -- Mercari Inc., a Japanese online marketplace that raised 130.5 billion yen ($1.2 billion) in it's initial public offering, soared on its first day of trading. Andrew Jackson, head of Japanese equities at Soochow CSSD Capital Markets, weighs in on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia" with Rishaad Salamat and David Ingles.
Jun.19 -- Xiaomi Corp. has decided on a Hong Kong initial public offering before listing in Shanghai. The smartphone maker aims to list in the former British colony before floating Chinese Depositary Receipts in Shanghai. Bloomberg's Shelly Banjo reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
From rapping "Bodak Yellow" in her opening monologue to starring in mock revamps of recent releases, the comedian made her hosting debut on this year's ceremony.