With Congress heading toward another government shutdown , House Speaker Paul Ryan says he is “hoping today” that negotiators will finalize an agreement Tuesday, and said congressional leaders are not yet discussing a continuing resolution as a backup plan. “There's some unresolved issues. We're
Just over decade ago, the first inklings of the coming recession emerged as a housing bubble fueled by scant regulation, low-interest rates and easy credit gradually began to crater and soon would take the rest of the economy along for the painful ride. By the time the Great Recession ended in June
The prospect of a populist government in Italy has spooked European partners and investors who fear its euroskeptic, budget-busting program could shake the region's cohesion and undermine growth.
The United Nations is forecasting that the global economy will expand by more than 3 percent this year and next year _ but it warns that increasing risks could trigger "a shock to investment and trade" and a sharp drop to 1.8 percent growth in 2019
Japan's economy contracts 0.6 percent in Jan-March quarter, as spending lags
House Minority Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi took to the floor this morning to address the emerging bipartisan caps deal in the Senate, pointing to several "Democrat priorities" but drawing the line over Dreamers.
Todd Carmichael is one of the few chief executives in America to publicly condemn Republicans’ plans to slash the corporate tax rate and rewrite the tax code. Why bash a plan that would be a boon for his shareholders? Carmichael says he’s willing to declare what other executives won’t: the bill may
Following lunch at the White House, President Trump and Sen. Mitch McConnell took questions from the press on tax reform, health care and more.
In an interview with ABC News' George Stephanopoulos, President Trump's top economic adviser, Gary Cohn, says that the administration's tax plan aims to help the middle class and that the wealthy won't get a tax cut.