Jul.16 -- Sen. Jack Reed, a Rhode Island Democrat, discusses President Donald Trump's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. He speaks with Bloomberg's Julie Hyman and Lisa Abramowicz on "Bloomberg Markets."
Jul.16 -- Tom Forte, DA Davidson & Co. analyst, discusses what Amazon.com Inc. gets out of Prime Day. He speaks with Bloomberg's Julie Hyman and Lisa Abramowicz on "Bloomberg Markets."
Producer Kerry Washington's latest project follows high-school students dealing with bullying, suicide and gun violence. Those themes hit close to home for the stars of Facebook's 'Five Points.' (July 16)
Federal authorities have arrested a Russian woman accused of conspiring to infiltrate American political organizations, including the National Rifle Association, at the direction of a senior Kremlin official
Two alpha males, Russian President Vladimir Putin's famous "slouch" collided with President Donald Trump's classic power stance as the two leaders met on the world stage in Finland. (July 16)
The Toy Insider recently held its annual toy event called Sweet Suite to preview hot toys for the upcoming holiday season. Toys including Rideamals by Kid Trax and the Flying Golden Snitch from "Harry Potter" made the cut. (July 16)
The Duchess of Cambridge has made being a royal mom of three look so easy - and fun - through the years. While Kate Middleton may be the Duchess of Cambridge, to her children, she's just "mum." Prince William and Duchess Kate are the proud parents of Prince George, 4; Princess Charlotte, 3; and Prince Louis, two months. Since the Duchess became a mom in 2013, we've all watched in awe as she performs her royal duties and charity work while raising her family with style and ease. The Duchess never misses an opportunity to enjoy herself, have a laugh, and show that she is a pretty cool (and normal!) mom. Here, 30 of the Duchess's best moments since becoming a mother that prove just how lucky her kids are.
Jul.16 -- The International Monetary Fund says downside risks to the global economy are growing, led by the unrest caused by trade tensions. IMF Chief Economist Maurice Obstfeld talks to Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn.
Twenty current and former tenants of a New York City building owned by the Kushner Cos. allege it harassed them with construction hazards, apartment intrusions and rent hikes while trying to force them out to make way for high-paying condo buyers.