Ross says 'something needs to change' in China-U.S. trade relationship
U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross reacts to a report that China is being asked by the Trump administration to reduce their trade deficit with the U.S. by $100 billion.
Dollar down despite Trump’s endorsement of strong greenback
Marcus Ashworth, a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist, discusses the dollar's decline and currencies on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close."
Trump booed after attack on "nasty" press
U.S. President Trump elicited boos from the audience at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Friday when he said "It wasn't until I became a politician that I realized how nasty, how mean, how vicious and how fake the press can be."
Trump supporters disrupt speech by London Mayor Sadiq Khan
UK Trump supporters heckle London's Mayor Mayor during a speech at the Fabian Society.
Puerto Rico's governor calls Trump's comment "S-H-I-T-T-Y"
Puerto Rico's Governor Ricardo Rossello says Trump's comments about Haitian and African immigrants are "S-H-I-T-T-Y."
Trump thwarts Twitter censorship in China
Trump tweets from China - we take a look at some different angles on what appears like a non-story... And Emmanuel Macron is on the cover of Time.
Tom Barrack says he's 'Not at All' losing faith in Trump
Tom Barrack says he's 'Not at All' losing faith in Trump.
Spain races to prevent Catalonia independence; The US and its guns
Panel of international journalists looks at the situation in Spain after the banned independence referendum in Catalonia; the worst mass shooting in the history of United States; Trump's remarks in Puerto Rico; the King of Saudi Arabia paying a surprise visito to the Kremlin; three US scientists getting the medicine prize, rewarded for their decades on chronobiology.