Charlotte riots: Emergency, tear gas & clashes during protests against police shooting (GRAPHIC)

One person has been shot in Charlotte, North Carolina protests against the fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott. Riot police were firing tear gas into the crowd. The governor declared a state of emergency and ordered in National Guard and state troopers.

Why Trump Keeps Saying the Election Could Be ‘Rigged’

Donald Trump has made repeated claims that the presidential election in November could be rigged, resulting in his loss. QuickTake Q&A examines whether there is any truth behind Trump’s fears.

The Slow Unraveling of Brazil, Explained in 2 Minutes

Brazil’s list of problems is long: budget deficits, corruption scandals, an economy in its biggest slump in a century and political gridlock. In August President Dilma Rousseff was impeached and removed from office. Vice President Michel Temer will serve out her term, but he’s off to a rocky start. Bloomberg QuickTake looks at what went wrong in Brazil and the challenges of fixing it.

World’s 7th Largest Shipper Hanjin Shipping Co Runs Out of Steam

South Korean shipping giant Hanjin appears to be moving closer towards receivership after Korea Development Bank says it and other creditor banks have decided to halt their financial support. Hanjin is the world’s 7th largest shipper.

Is Visegrad the New EU Army?

Leaders of four EU countries lashed out at Germany for insisting on migrant quotas as the German chancellor paid a visit to Poland, a staunch opponent of Berlin’s strategy on refugees.

The Eyes in the Sky That Catch Murders on Tape

Watch as Ross McNutt demonstrates how his aerial surveillance system works. See a shooting, follow the getaway car and learn how McNutt pieces together a theory of a crime network.

War-torn Childhood: Heartbreaking images of children suffering that didn’t go viral

The stories and images of children suffering in the midst of brutal wars often become highly symbolic. But not all get the same attention – despite being equally harrowing. Gayane Chichakyan reports on the people whose plights remain unheard.

How Turkey Became a Nation Divided

A botched coup in July resulted in over 250 deaths as Turkey’s military attempted to overthrow its president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan. He’s a divisive figure in a country that is politically and geographically torn between East and West. Bloomberg QuickTake explains what this means for the people of Turkey and the nation itself on the international stage.

Everybody Wants to See China’s List of ‘Zombie’ Companies… Especially Banks

Commonly referred to as the “zombie list,” it’s compiled by Jiangxi regional authorities and holds the names of the most deadbeat of borrowers: state-owned companies deemed too weak to survive and destined to be wound down.

Soros hacked, thousands of Open Society Foundations files released online

More than 2,500 files from the raft of organizations run by billionaire George Soros have been leaked by hackers. Watch to learn more.

Russia’s Olympics Doping Scandal, Explained

August 08 — One of the biggest clouds hanging over the 2016 Rio Olympics is the Russian Doping Scandal. So how many Russian athletes made it to Rio how did it all unfold? (Video by Tom Gibson and Austin Brown)

Will Italy’s Bank Crisis Be the Final Nail in the Coffin for the EU?

University of Chicago Booth School of Business Professor Luigi Zingales and Bank of America Merrill Lynch Head of Global Rates Research David Woo discuss the plight of European banks and the future of the European Union. They speak on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”