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Two years of unfettered Republican control of Washington ends Jan. 3. And despite its exhausting, constant chaos, what may also be over is the smoothest period of Donald Trump’s presidency. The GOP turned the House into a political hammer to pound the Clinton and Obama administrations; now it's the Democrats' turn. Things will get uglier from here, Bloomberg Businessweek's Joshua Green explains. —Josh Petri

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Special Counsel Robert Mueller has a new boss: Matthew Whitaker, a Trump acolyte who openly criticized the Russia collusion probe and has the power to end it.

Using a smoke bomb and a handgun, a former Marine opened fire at a country music bar in Southern California, killing 12 people and sending hundreds fleeing before apparently taking his own life.

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the 85-year-old leader of the Supreme Court’s liberal wing, was hospitalized after falling in her office and breaking three ribs, the court said in a statement.

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Years before Goldman Sachs arranged bond deals now at the heart of global corruption probes, former CEO Lloyd Blankfein personally forged ties with Malaysia.

Wall Street says the Federal Reserve may end up making a big policy mistake. How big? Try $4 trillion.

What's Joe Weisenthal thinking about? The Bloomberg news director understands why almost nobody is talking about the Fed decision today: As expected, there was no rate hike. That said, it gives us a nice excuse to step back and talk about the economy.  

What you'll need to know tomorrow

Flying with legal marijuana is a nightmare.Walmart shoppers are getting holiday deals. It's employees aren't.Investigators question why a Lion Air plane was cleared to fly.Some doubt the new Tesla chairwoman will rein in Elon Musk.Democrats plan to revive the House climate change committee.The White House suspended a CNN reporter's press pass.Meat has a replacement, but no one knows what to call it.

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