Fewer Americans were uneasy about the possibility of conflict with the North this month than in January, the poll showed.
Donald Trump gained hugely from the policies of the man he loves to hate, Barack Obama.
The bill rolls back some regulations from the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act, which placed restrictions on banks in the wake of the financial crisis.
President Donald Trump and the United States were roundly snubbed at this year’s World Government Summit, just two years after President Barack Obama delivered the forum’s keynote address.
Yellen's policies as the Federal Reserve chairwoman helped lower unemployment and spur the country's economic recovery after the 2008 financial crisis, but her legacy will partially depend in part on her successor, Jerome Powell.
"You may not always like his tone, but at the end of the day, no one on either side of the aisle can argue with the results right now," Eric Trump said of his father.
Just two percent of U.S. adults say they received a raise or bonus due to the Republican tax bill, according to a new poll.
The economy continues to grow at a stable rate, but misses President Trump's 4 percent growth prediction by 1.4 points. For perspective, one percentage point of gross domestic product growth could generate 1 million new jobs.
Companies are making bold forecasts about all the wonderful goodies that will be in our stockings by 2020.
Trump's ratings “might be yet worse were it not for sharply improved economic sentiment,” the poll report states.
“I’m just hoping our system comes apart as gracefully as the Soviet system," Paul said.
“Better buckle up ... it could be a wild ride in 2018.”
A slim majority of voters believe the economy will improve in 2018, according to a Quinnipiac University poll.
Americans are more confident in the economy than they have been in 11 years, a new survey showed Monday.
Women in industries such as retail, food services and social assistance rarely have union protection.
Trump’s job-approval ratings “are more deeply polarized along partisan lines than those of any president in more than 60 years, the study states.”
Over 80 percent of Germans feel good about Merkel’s ability to “do the right thing on the world stage,” the Pew Research Study showed.
Poll responses indicate most people back Trump on the economy, jobs and fighting terrorism, but not on immigration, foreign affairs and heading the government.