Survey: 3 In 4 Economists Believe U.S. Will Enter Recession By 2021
The Trump administration says economists concerned about an impending recession are wrong and trying to hurt the president's reelection chances.
Economists are warning of an impending recession within just a few years, in part due to the president's actions on China. But President Trump's closest advisers say those worried economists are wrong.
Biden touts economic record, criticizes House Republicans
The president's first major economic address this year comes as the White House and Congress remain at odds over increasing the debt ceiling.By Andrew Harnik / AP
Debt ceiling: 2011 showdown leaves lessons for Biden, GOP
Democrats are pushing to raise the debt ceiling — now at $31T —to allow more borrowing, while Republicans are countering with proposed spending cuts.By J. Scott Applewhite / AP
Congress, Treasury plan to address US hitting debt ceiling
The U.S. has never hit the cap on how much money it can borrow before, and experts say it would have "catastrophic" economic consequences if it does.By Cliff Owen / AP
Georgia's Bennett arrested in Texas for public intoxication
Police said that at about 6:10 a.m., officers responded to reports of a man banging on doors.By Ashley Landis / AP
Concerns over prayer breakfast lead Congress to take it over
The organizer and host for this year's breakfast will be the National Prayer Breakfast Foundation, headed by former Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark.By Patrick Semansky /AP
WCPO: Couple plans Bengals-themed nuptials for Super Bowl weekend
Ben Steely and Donna Goad are taking their love for each other — and their favorite team — to a whole new level for their upcoming nuptials.By WCPO