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Trump Flubs Fire-Ravaged Town's Name, Is Corrected

President Trump twice replaces the locale's lovely moniker, "Paradise," with a more sensual word.

Scientists Make Huge Discovery That's Been Hiding…

A new discovery in Greenland could help to rewrite some recent Earth history, and it’s all thanks to ice.

Trumps welcome White House Christmas tree

President Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, have received the official White House Christmas tree. Trump and the first lady accepted a 19-and-a-half-foot Fraser fir that was grown on a North Carolina farm owned by Larry Smith. (Nov. 19)

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Democrat Gina Ortiz Jones concedes Texas congressional race

Democrat Gina Ortiz Jones has conceded her Texas congressional race against Republican incumbent Will Hurd nearly two weeks after the midterm elections

White House Threatens To Pull Acosta's Press Pass…

But CNN and Jim Acosta have asked a federal judge for an emergency hearing on their motion for a preliminary injunction in the case.

Khloé Kardashian Admits She Had Trouble Breastfeeding True Due to Stress

"My milk was not coming in."

12 Perfect Gifts for Every Stage of Your…

What to get that special someone you've only been on three dates with. Depending on where you are in your relationship with someone, it can be tough to decide what to get them for the holidays or any other special occasion. How do you tell your crush you like them without going too far with your gift? Do you give the person you've been dating forever a really romantic but kind of useless gift or something boring like a belt that they actually really need? If holiday shopping for your boo is more stressful than it needs to be, fear not! Here are some ideas:

Breakaway Lab: Growth

Nov.19 -- Claire Vyvyan, SVP UK and Ireland Commercial for Dell EMC speaks on the role of technology and data in driving growth at the Bloomberg Breakaway CEO Summit in London.

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US woman dies on cruise ship after 14 story fall

The FBI is investigating the mysterious death of an American woman aboard a cruise ship in the Caribbean. (Nov. 19)

Saudi king's speech makes no mention of slain…

Saudi Arabia's King Salman has given his first major speech since the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi agents, expressing support for his son, the crown prince, and making no mention of the accusations that the prince ordered the killing

Rep. Delaney Says Midterms Were Road Map for…

Nov.19 -- Rep. John Delaney, a Maryland Democrat and a 2020 presidential candidate, discusses the lessons learned from the midterm elections with Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power."

See Every Photo from Meghan Markle's First Royal…

Among other entertainment, the royal couple will be treated to a performance by the cast of Hamilton. Three years after Prince Harry attended his first Royal Variety Performance, he represented the royal family at the event once again-but this time, he brought his new wife along with him. Meghan Markle stunned in a black and white Safiyaa look for her first time at the performance.Comedian Greg Davies serves as host this evening, leading the audience through performances by musicians George Ezra and Rick Astley, the cast of hit musical Hamilton, and more. Here, we've rounded up the best photos from the night.

Meghan Markle Just Stepped Out in a Sequin Top…

Sure, okay, that's one way to do it.

Breakaway Lab: Talent

Nov.19 -- Dayne Turbitt, SVP UK and Ireland Enterprise Business and Margarete McGrath, Chief Digital Officer for Dell EMC, present at the Bloomberg Breakaway CEO Summit in London on the link between talent and growth among companies that prioritize diversity, recruitment and retention.

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E.ON UK CEO Michael Lewis on Building a Culture…

Nov.19 -- E.ON UK CEO Michael Lewis speaks to Bloomberg Breakaway CEO Summit Co-Chair Mark Bonchek in London about what it takes to build and sustain a culture of innovation.

Russian, US officials hail their cooperation in…

Russian, US space officials have hailed joint work in space, saying that their cooperation has remained strong despite political tensions

SocGen to Pay $1.3 Billion Settlement in U.S…

Nov.19 -- Societe Generale SA agreed to pay a settlement of $1.34 billion to U.S. regulators and acknowledged violations of U.S. sanctions Laws against Iran, Sudan, and Cuba. Bloomberg's Greg Farrell reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power."