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A CNN analyst accused a radio host of 'white…

CNN analyst Areva Martin said Fox News contributor David Webb benefits from 'white privilege.' Webb's response: 'I'm black.'

Conservatives Are Fixated on Alexandria…

Love her or hate her, the right can't stop talking about the new Democratic congresswoman.

Shutdown protest outside Dallas-Fort Worth Airport

Federal workers and airline employees protested the partial federal government shutdown outside Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport on Wednesday. (Jan 17)

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Iran newspapers, minister criticize US arrest of…

Iranian hard-line papers, FM Zarif slam arrest in US of American anchorwoman from Iran's English-language TV

Deutsche Bank Sees 20% Upside for U.K. Domestic…

Jan.17 -- Sebastian Raedler, head of European equity strategy at Deutsche Bank AG, discusses the potential impact of a "soft Brexit" on the pound and U.K. stocks. Simon French, chief economist at Panmure Gordon, and Bloomberg's Anna Edwards also speak on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

This High-Tech 'Fungus' Literally Blocks Your…

Big Tech is inside your home. White noise lets you decide what it hears.

Michelle Obama Gets the Best Birthday Present—'Becoming' Is Still #1 on Amazon

It's now one of the hottest books of the decade.

Tiffany Haddish works on comedy act after New Year’s Eve disaster

A spy said that the show went better than her Miami outing but that Haddish did seem to be drunk at the Cellar.

Sterling Offers Protection at 'Very Cheap…

Jan.17 -- Hans Redeker, head of global FX strategy at Morgan Stanley, examines sterling's valuation in relation to other currencies and equity markets. He speaks with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

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May's Playing Games With Brexit's Red Lines, EU's…

Jan.17 -- European Parliament Member Philippe Lamberts discusses the next steps for the European Union on Brexit after the U.K. Parliament's rejection of Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit agreement. He speaks with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

The Latest: UK to vote again on Brexit on Jan 29

The British Parliament expects to vote on Brexit again on Jan. 29 following extended debate on the government's plans and possible amendments

Huge pet crocodile kills keeper

Deasy Tuwo, a 44-year-old scientist, was killed whilst trying to feed the 4.4m-long reptile.

What The World's Most Successful People Drink…

Green juice isn't the secret behind these great minds. Uncovering celebs' daily routines is endlessly fascinating to us, which is why we're always digging into what everyone from supermodels to the U.S. presidents eat in a day. But that got us thinking about what drinks fuel the world's most brilliant minds every morning-is it green juice, a secret smoothie recipe or just buckets of coffee? And if we try it too, will we inch closer to billionaire/world-changer status? It's worth a shot.

Ex-pal of Lauren Sanchez says Jeff Bezos would be ‘stupid’ to marry her

"He’s already seriously stupid for giving up half his fortune for her.”

Lockhart: The Fed Is Not the Handmaiden of the…

Jan.17 -- Former Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Dennis Lockhart discusses Fed policy, how close they are to neutral, if the central bank is going to pause this year and the possibility of a recession. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."

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Mixed Earnings News `Not Enough to Get Bearish…

Jan.17 -- Michael Metcalfe, global head of macro strategy at State Street Global Markets, discusses earnings, the outlook for equities and the prospects for progress on U.S.-China trade talks. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."

The Latest: Serena beats Bouchard, advances in…

Seven-time champion Serena Williams needed only 70 minutes to beat 2014 Wimbledon finalist Genie Bouchard 6-2, 6-2 in the second round of the Australian Open