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Shocking Discovery at Bottom of Giant Ocean…

1,000 feet down in the Blue Hole off Belize, divers encounter "the scourge of the ocean."

Is John Travolta the Worst Actor in Hollywood?

The Razzies, known across America as the Oscars for bad movies, target Travolta and two other A-list actors.

IBM 4Q Earnings, Outlook Beat Estimates

Jan.22 -- International Business Machines Corp. beat analysts’ estimates for sales and earnings in the fourth quarter and gave a positive forecast for this year. Bloomberg Intelligence's Anurag Rana has more on "Bloomberg Technology."

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Doping agency forgives Russia, but says more work…

The World Anti-Doping Agency forgave Russia for its tardiness in turning over lab data, and then raised the specter of an Olympic ban if that data is found to have been tampered with

U.S., China Businesses at 'Lose-Lose Situation…

Jan.22 -- Eric Winograd, senior economist at AllianceBernstein, talks about the U.S. economy, Federal Reserve policy, and the trade spat between the U.S. and China. He speaks with Shery Ahn and Haidi Stroud-Watts on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."

15 Hella Cute Outfits You Can Look Forward to…

Because I'm cold and miserable and want it to be sunny again, HBU?

25 Ridiculously Luxurious All-Inclusive Resorts

Complimentary butlers and champagne with breakfast are just the beginning. When you hear the term all-inclusive, are you immediately skeptical? We get it. Places that offer "package deals" tend to conjure images of big box hotels, bland buffet food, and a seemingly unlimited flow of sugary frozen cocktails. But believe it or not, a handful of more, shall we say, refined hotels offer all-inclusive pricing that caters to well-heeled travelers-and they don't come cheap. From unlimited spa treatments and butlers, to fine dining and yoga on the beach, here are the properties that do it best.

Lin-Manuel Miranda may create Disney’s first Latina princess

Cinderella, Snow White and the “Frozen” leading ladies could be dethroned...

What to Watch for as the S&P 500 Tests Support…

Jan.22 -- On this edition of "Smart Charts," Fidelity's John Gagliardi analyzes the performance of the S&P 500 with Bloomberg's Abigail Doolittle on "Bloomberg Markets: What'd You Miss?"

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Critics Say FTC's Privacy Fines Need To Get More…

The FTC issues relatively weak penalties to tech companies that break data privacy rules. A new record-breaking fine may be a chance to change that.

The shutdown today: No signs of progress

The shutdown today: No signs of progress

Blowing snow forces Colorado highway closures

In Colorado, snow and icy roads shut down schools in some Denver suburbs and military installations. Blowing snow shut down highways Tuesday on Colorado's Eastern Plains, stranding truckers and other travelers at the edge of the Denver area. (Jan 22)

The Kate Middleton Bow is Getting Supersized at…

Clare Waight Keller went all in at Givenchy...

This 'Bipartisan Compromise' Is Just Theater

The presidential* tantrum will continue.

Photog recalls day on the job with Notorious B.I.G.

“When I looked into the viewfinder to frame the shot, I saw that Biggie had an Uzi."

Why a Surge in IPOs Could Pose a New Threat to…

Jan.22 -- Investors have lived through a lot lately, from the Christmas week apocalypse to last year’s Volmaggedon. Now they’ll see if they can survive a new threat: rampaging unicorns. Bloomberg's Sarah Ponczek has more on "Bloomberg Markets: What'd You Miss?"

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Star Chef: Shutdown causing humanitarian emergency

Chef and restaurateur Jose Andres gave a tour Tuesday of his relief kitchen to feed furloughed federal workers to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other members of Congress, and said the shutdown is causing "true food humanitarian emergency." (Jan. 22)

Correction: Sinclair-New Streaming Service story

Correction: Sinclair-New Streaming Service story