Brexit: EU, UK get go-ahead to 'intensify talks'
EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier and UK Stephen Barclay will "intensify" negotiations after getting the go-ahead from the remaining 27 member states. The EU Commission will assess their progress on Monday.
EU fails to cement agreement on migrants rescued at sea
Migrants brought to shore by sea rescuers are to be distributed across the EU. But the bloc's interior ministers failed to draft a blueprint on how to do so at their recent summit, Bernd Riegert reports from Luxembourg.
Facebook may need to censor hateful posts globally in EU ruling
Facebook Inc. could be forced to remove offensive and hateful posts by users in the European Union due to a pending ruling by the EU Court of Justice. Bloomberg Opinion columnist Alex Webb has the details on "Bloomberg Surveillance." His opinions are his own.
EU court rules in Starbucks' favor in tax dispute
The EU General Court has overturned an EU Commission decision that Starbucks benefited from illegal tax breaks in the Netherlands. The ruling can still be appealed.
Serbia, Kosovo urged to ease tensions by NATO countries
Germany, France, Italy, Britain and the United States are seeking compromise over tensions between Serbia and Kosovo. Both are seeking EU accession.
Brussels calls out UK's Boris Johnson over fishy anecdote
The EU has accused UK leadership hopeful Boris Johnson of fake news over his complaint that "Brussels bureaucrats" made life hard for smoked herring sellers. It emerged that the rules were made by the UK, and not the EU.
Weber won't be next European Commission president: report
German conservative politician Manfred Weber will not be the next president of the European Commission, according to a German newspaper. EU leaders have been wrangling for weeks over who should get the top job.
Iran threatens to seize UK ship over Gibraltar incident
A senior Iranian official has said that Tehran should retaliate after the Royal Marines confiscated an oil tanker. It is believed that the vessel called Grace 1 was headed for Syria, in violation of EU sanctions.
ECJ hears landmark case over Facebook data security
Are EU citizens protected enough from US surveillance when Facebook transfers their personal data? The job of answering that question now lies with Europe's top court, despite Facebook's bid to block the case.