""The echoes of the Great Recession remain very present in the financial lives of many Americans, despite the improvement in the broader economy," Mark Hamrick said."
The Washington Post article comes after a report saying that, despite Trump's frequent laudation of police, he had not paid at least 10 cities for the public-safety costs of his rallies.
"We got the Mueller report, the only objective evaluation that will be conducted. ... He gets picked at every day over every different aspect of it," McConnell said.
"The student debt crisis is real and it's crushing millions of people -- especially people of color," Warren said.
"What Mr. Trump is doing that is damaging to the country is public and constant. It is a bell he's ringing that can't be unrung."
Just 13 percent of millennials said they had actually contacted government officials about global warming in the last year.
"If the United States only wants to escalate trade frictions, we will resolutely respond and fight to the end."
Several members of President Donald Trump's staff came straight from stints on cable news.
"Look, this is classic Trump, spinning up a conflict that fires up his base but that destabilizes one of our critical alliances."
"Consumers could see higher prices for TVs, cell phones, [laptops], cameras, cookware, stemware, instruments, clothing, shoes, toys, strollers, and much more," Aronhalt said.
"Mr. Trump for over two years has been huffing and puffing about reviving manufacturing employment. This is a pipe dream."
Four years ago, Graham called Trump a "jackass." Now, the South Carolina senator is known for his vociferous defense of the president.
"At what point should a doctor or mother be charged with murder of a baby?" the poll asks.
Texas imported $107 billion in goods from Mexico last year, accounting for nearly a third of the $346.5 billion imported by the entire U.S.
Adviser Peter Navarro said that the tariffs were being levied strictly because of the flow of unauthorized immigration, but Trump appeared to contradict his own official.
Last year, the automobile industry imported $52.6 billion in vehicles and $59.4 billion in auto parts from Mexico.
"If they haven’t ever reported about me honestly & in good faith, why would they start now? I’m not endorsing for some time," Ocasio-Cortez wrote.
The governor emphasized the impact the criminal reform legislation would have on communities of color.
The center's director described Trump's ongoing trade war with China as a "tantrum."
Biden received a D- grade, ranking only above John Hickenlooper, Bill Weld and President Donald Trump.
Advocates say that postal banking systems would help low-income individuals and communities of color. 2012 data from Pew found that African-Americans are 105 percent highter to use payday loans than other races and ethincities.
"I believe that we are still just scratching the surface of our long-term potential as we continue to define performance luxury globally," the company's CEO said.
"We remind the U.S. not to underestimate China’s ability to defend its rights to development and to remember not to blame anyone for not warning them," the Communist Party's paper warned.
"This law and other laws like it promote a State’s compelling interest in preventing abortion from becoming a tool of modern-day eugenics."
American imports from Vietnam rose 40.2 percent in the first three months of the year.
"It may be a Hatch Act violation. It may not be. Either way, I honestly don’t care anymore," Patton wrote.
The WHO noted that gaming disorder was a relatively rare condition.
"It is a virtual certainty that you will fight on a battlefield for America at some point in your life," Vice President Mike Pence said.