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Democrats in Congress may seek to subpoena Special Counsel Robert Mueller or the results of his probe of potential collusion between President Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia. If the details are kept secret by the new U.S. attorney general, Senator Richard Blumenthal said, “the public will feel rightly that there is a coverup.” 

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China is proposing that it could buy an additional $30 billion a year of U.S. agricultural products including soybeans, corn and wheat as part of a possible trade deal.

Twelve empty supertankers reveal the truth about the global oil market.

Would you rather fly Boeing or Airbus? The world’s longest flight is fueling their rivalry.

The leaders of Trump’s inaugural committee, which is under federal investigation, saw trouble coming and tried to get ahead of it.

Trump, writes Jonathan Bernstein for Bloomberg Opinion, keeps picking losing fights.

Dai Lin used to ride his bike to work, pedaling through the streets of Tianjin. Now he’s a billionaire selling surveillance technology to, or with the help of, the Chinese government

What’s Luke Kawa thinking about? The Bloomberg cross-asset reporter says the made-in-China slowdown is the single largest contributor to the diminished global growth outlook.

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Pasta is having a powerful moment. From New York and Singapore to London and Austin, Texas, top kitchens are highlighting freshly milled grains and nifty tools to create beautiful strands and curious shapes that thrill diners. Yet, as has always been the case, no city can rival Rome.

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