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You Can Buy a Villa in This Italian City for $2

A picturesque city is hoping that the offer will bring in new residents, but there's one requirement.​​

Halle Berry Shares Photo of Herself Dancing in…

“Ima always dance in the RAIN," the actress posted on Instagram, along with a picture that left little to the imagination.

Parliament Will Push May for a New Brexit Deal, U…

Jan.16 -- Sir Peter John Westmacott, former U.K. ambassador to the U.S., discusses the U.K.'s confidence vote in Theresa May's government with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power."


Boomer Sooner: Tide QB Jalen Hurts transferring…

Former Alabama QB Jalen Hurts transferring to Oklahoma

Brexit Vote Means BOE Is on Hold, Voya's Reinhard…

Jan.16 -- Barbara Reinhard, Voya Investment Management head of asset allocation, discusses the market implications of the Brexit negotiations. She speaks with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde and Scarlet Fu on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."

The 10 Best Drama Movies Coming Out in 2019

These movies are what escapism is all about. Do you ever feel like there just isn't enough drama in your real life, and you need to turn to the world of entertainment to find some? Probably not, right? But do you ever feel like the drama of your real life is just too real and you need a little dramatic escapism to get you through the day, week, month, or-let's be honest-entire year? Yeah, same. Thankfully, 2019 has a spate of drama movies in the pipeline featuring many of our favorite Hollywood stars, including Anne Hathaway, Keira Knightly, and Taraji P. Henson. These are the top 10 most-anticipated drama films coming out in 2019, here to distract you from the too-real drama of, you know, life.

I Wouldn't Hire William Barr for Traffic Court

Let alone as Attorney General of the United States.

Amber Rose tried to sell crack, but was ‘too pretty’

After selling didn't work, Rose took a job behind the scenes weighing and bagging up drugs to be sold.

U.K. Brexit Minister Says Article 50 Extension Is…

Jan.16 -- U.K. Conservative Member of Parliament Robin Walker reacts to U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May surviving a vote of no confidence in her government. He speaks with Bloomberg's Guy Johnson on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."


Coast Guard Members Miss Paychecks Amid Shutdown

Coast Guard members received pay through Dec. 31 under an emergency payment approval, but that solution didn't cover January.

Los Angeles teachers union hints at new talks…

The head of the Los Angeles teachers union has hinted at contract talks resuming amid the third day of a strike in the nation's second-largest school district

The moment government survives no confidence vote

Theresa May has promised she will start talks with other party leaders over Brexit plans.

14 Funny Valentine's Day Cards That Will Sum Up…

Now, speaking from the heart is more hilarious than ever. Falling in love with a person is indescribable. One moment you're introducing yourself and the next, you're looking back at the years shared together. Keep the love alive with a funny Valentine's Day card that will tell your significant other how much they really mean to you. After choosing one, consider pairing it with the perfect gift for him or her.

Meghan Markle Wore Princess Diana's Bracelet to…

See how the Duchess styled the iconic piece of jewelry.

Before Bezos, Lauren Sanchez once dated NBA star Derek Fisher

A source told us: “Lauren was with Derek Fisher for a while when things went south with Anthony Miller"

U.K.'s May Wins No Confidence Vote in Parliament

Jan.16 -- U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May won a vote of no confidence in Parliament. She then invited members of parliament to talk about a new Brexit plan.


Bloomberg Intelligence's 'Equity Market Minute' 1…

Jan.16 -- Bloomberg Intelligence's 'Equity Market Minute' 1/16/2019

Europeans unravel massive tennis match-fixing ring

Tennis players are being questioned this week by police in France on suspicion of fixing matches