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Salmonella Warnings Threaten Your Thanksgiving…

Outbreaks of the illness related to tainted turkey have soared in the past year. Here's how to make sure your holiday isn't affected.

Facebook Comments on Mugshot Giving Police 'A…

Comments of a criminal’s mugshot might be giving police in Florida a pain in the neck.

California Regulators Said to Signal No…

Nov.15 -- California utility company PG&E soared in late trading after Bank of America said fees about the company's link to wildfires are overdone and default worries are overstated. Moody's though, has cut PG&E to BAA3 and says the stock may be downgraded to junk. Bloomberg's Mark Chediak reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."

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Snowstorm slows evening commute in New York City

The first snowstorm of the season to hit the New York City area brought several inches of snow and slowed Thursday's evening commute to a crawl

U.S. Chamber’s Brilliant Says Trade Talks With…

Nov.15 -- Myron Brilliant, executive vice president and head of international affairs at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, talks about the trade spat between the world's two biggest economies. He speak with Shery Ahn and Haidi Stroud-Watts on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."

T&C Travel Guide: Best of Barbados

The most beautiful places to sleep, eat, and have fun on the island.

50+ Perfect Gifts for the Guys in Your Life

All the stuff Dad never knew he needed. Step away from the blue tie. These thoughtful gifts for guys would earn top marks on his Christmas wish list - if he ever gave you one, that is. Whether you're shopping for your dad, son, or that random guy in Secret Santa, we've got you covered with suggestions for an under-$10 budget and up.

Juliette Lewis thinks only Britney Spears can save us

She better work, bitch.

'Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia' Full Show…

Nov.15 -- "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia" previews the market open and analyzes all the global breaking news essential for your business day ahead.

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Halliburton CEO on Search for Pricing Power…

Nov.15 -- In this week's "Commodity in Chief," Bloomberg's Alix Steel talks with Jeff Miller, CEO of Halliburton, the world’s biggest fracker. They discuss oil prices, international expansion, Permian bottlenecks and pressure on the company's stock price.

Bitter battle for Florida Senate seat goes to…

Bitter battle for Florida Senate seat heads to legally required hand recount

FBI unveils replica heads from Alcatraz escape

Half a century after a notorious prison escape from Alcatraz Island, the FBI has created replicas of decoy heads that inmates used to distract guards from a plan that still captivates researchers and tourists. (Nov. 15)

We Pinky Promise These 12 Gluten-Free Pasta…

One of them is so popular, it sells out daily. If you can dream it, you can noodle it. That seems to be the unofficial motto of today's pasta industry. Because while spaghetti and penne used to be made exclusively from wheat flour, now it's also made from tofu or chickpeas or lentils. The number of pasta alternatives on the market - most are gluten-free and healthier than the traditional stuff - is daunting, so here's your cheat sheet to the best ones.

Ariana Grande Just Got The Cutest Post-Breakup Haircut

Is this the end of the ponytail as we know it?

Matt Damon leaves sweet tip at chocolate restaurant

The actor was spotted at Max Brenner's in Union Square.

APEC's Bollard Says Members See Both Upside and…

Nov.15 -- Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Secretariat Executive Director Alan Bollard talks about the issues that leaders of the member counties are expected to be discusses in Papua New Guinea including the trade spat between the U.S. and China. He speaks with Stephen Engle on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."

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Market Punishes PG&E Amid Wildfire Liability…

Nov.15 -- The latest round of devastating California wildfires have caused the worst stock rout for PG&E since the California power crisis of 2000-2001. PG&E is under scrutiny about whether its equipment caused one of the fires, and it already faces damages related to the 2017 wildfires. California Public Utilities Commission official told investors on a conference call that the agency doesn’t want PG&E to go into bankruptcy, according to a person familiar with the matter. Bloomberg NEF's Colleen Regan speaks with Bloomberg's Alix Steel about the wildfires and PG&E.