You know things are wrapping up with Peter Carr issues a statement
Let the spin begin
Take heart, Democrats?
Meanwhile, in other news…
The Democratic nominees have a simple message
Great news for Don Jr.
A great question
One would hope so…
The first White House reaction to the Mueller Report dropping
Things are moving quickly
It’s all happening
The Mueller Report may finally be nigh!
This is referring to North Korea, but it’s evergreen in this administration
Arrest made in Charlottesville threats
Charlottesville police arrested and charged a 17-year-old Friday morning in connection with an online threat that led Charlottesville city schools to close Thursday and Friday.
The anonymous threat posted Wednesday warned of an “ethnic cleansing” at Charlottesville High School the following day. It used racist language to describe black and Latino students and told white students to stay home.
The suspect has been charged with threats to commit serious bodily harm on school property, a felony, and harassment by computer, a misdemeanor, according to a news release from the Charlottesville Police Department.
New York’s new tagline is “The Only Magazine in New York City”
Big Ben’s clock face got restored to its original Prussian Blue
Trump’s reason for overruling Treasury sanctions on North Korea is not convincing
A possibly ominous sign for the economy?
A closely watched section of the Treasury yield curve on Friday turned negative for the first time since the crisis more than a decade ago, underscoring concern about a possible economic slump and the prospect that the Federal Reserve will have to cut interest rates.
The gap between the 3-month and 10-year yields vanished on Friday as a surge of buying pushed long-end rates sharply lower. Inversion is widely considered a reliable harbinger of recession in the U.S. The 10-year slipped to as low as 2.439 percent.
U.S. central bank policy makers on Wednesday lowered both their growth projections and their interest rate outlook, with the majority of officials now envisaging no hikes this year. That’s down from a median call of two at their December meeting. Traders took that dovish shift as their cue to dig into positions for a Fed easing cycle, pricing in a cut by the end of 2020 and a one-in-two chance of a reduction as soon as this year.
Fact check: He is not very respected, at least not by anyone who knows anything about economics