Capital Gazette: in mourning but still at work
The Capital Gazette - one of the US's oldest newspapers - still hit newsstands less than 24 hours after 5 of its staff were shot dead. The local publication paid tribute to those lost, alongside reports of the massacre.
G7 Summit; Spain's new government; Violence in Nicaragua
As the heads of state arrive in Canada, US isolationism is at the forefront of discussion. Is the US stronghold on global diplomacy about to break? The panel also touches on Italy and Spain, beginning two startlingly different paths of government.
North Korea diplomacy; Trade war looms; Italy's new government
Our panel of journalists looks at North Korean delegation headed by high-ranking official Kim Yong Chol delivering a letter to Donald Trump from Kim Jong Un; Some of America's closest allies reaction to the news of tariffs on aluminium and steel imports to the US; Western Europe's first populist government swearing in in Italy; Mariano Rajoy forced from office following a no-confidence vote in parliament; The man dubbed the Malian Spiderman who saved the life of a child in Paris.
'We are seeking a new deal', Pompeo advisor says on Iran
Brian Hook is a senior policy advisor to US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
Donald Trump, killer of all deals
We look at reactions across the Middle East, US and Europe following Donald Trump's announcement that he's pulling the US out of the Iran nuclear deal.
China, U.S. trade tensions intensify
Ben Jarman, senior economist at JPMorgan, discusses the possibility of China and U.S. trade war. He speaks to David Ingles on "Bloomberg Markets."
U.S. adds 313,000 jobs in Feb., Jobless Rate 4.1%
U.S. payrolls beat expectations in February with an increase of 313,000, while the unemployment rate held steady at 4.1 percent.
US students stage walkouts against gun violence
A student movement to end gun violence continues to gain momentum in the US, with protests and walkouts by pupils across the country. That's despite warnings from some school districts that students would be punished for taking part.
From Suffragettes to #MeToo: The feminist battle lives on
US lawmakers vote to release the Democrat's memo, a rebuttal of the Nunes memo alleging to FBI and DoJ wiretaps on a former Donald Trump campaign aide.