The mayor of Minneapolis defended his pursuit of Trump reimbursing the city for over $500,000 following the president's campaign rally on Thursday.
President Trump had said on Monday he would "obliterate" Turkey's economy, if necessary, after his decision to withdraw troops from Syria.
Over the past two decades, the amount of aid given by the U.S. to the Eastern European nation has steadily increased.
"WOW, the Farmers really hit pay dirt!” Trump said in a tweet on Saturday.
The ad was intended to troll Facebook for allowing the Trump campaign to run a blatantly false ad about Joe Biden.
"We can shut down the Turkey economy if we need to," Mnuchin said.
A look at a trio of trade deals coming together.
Energy Secretary Rick Perry received a subpoena today over his role in President Trump's July 25 phone call with the Ukrainian president.
The announcements comes one week after Trump signed an executive order to expand private-sector Medicare.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra reportedly held talks with UAW top brass in an effort to end the strike.
The labor action is hurting workers outside the auto industry, and they don't have union assistance.
Policymakers voted to lower interest rates by a conservative 25 basis points last month.
The Massachusetts Democrat was a top fundraiser in the third quarter.
Powell made the comments during a "Fed Listens" event in Kansas City.
Penzeys Spices spent $92,000 on Facebook impeachment ads between Sept. 29 and Oct. 5, according to numbers published by Axios on Wednesday.
Powell made the comments during a speech in Denver on Tuesday.
The tech giant became the third U.S. company to hit a $1 trillion market cap.
President Trump agrees with "WSJ at Large" guest on impeachment
The White House announced late Sunday that Turkey will soon move forward with a planned military operation in northeast Syria, as U.S. troops began pulling back from their positions.
"It's time to ensure that judges do not hear cases where they have conflicts of interests, strengthen our nation's ethics rules for judges, and ensure accountability for judges who violate these rules," Warren wrote.