The proportion of CFOs who rated U.S. economic conditions as good dropped to a six-year low of 68 percent.
"This is straight barbarism. GM workers are asking for a raise during a time of record profits. In response, GM execs cut off their health insurance," Ocasio-Cortez tweeted on Wednesday.
The report notes a range of efforts to target servicemembers online, including foreign attempts to promote the "Vets for Trump" Facebook page and use of pictures of soldiers in so-called "romance scams."
"If he wants to limit an investigation or refuse to cooperate with an investigation, that's within his Constitutional duties."
"Everything that the Bolsonaro government has done on the environment and particularly the Amazon, including closing IBAMA field offices, has weakened the agency's capacity to enforce the law and protect the forest."
Six percent of Americans denied that the climate is changing, while an additional 9 percent said the climate is changing but human activity is not responsible.
The UN's 2018 IPCC report warned that the world has 12 years to ensure that global temperatures don't rise above 1.5 degrees Celsius from pre-industrial levels.
"This is nonetheless a historically large disruption on critical oil infrastructure and these events represent a sharp escalation in threats to global supply with risks of further attacks," the bank wrote.
"Our nation's greatest asset, our children, are the innocent victims of gun manufacturers' greed enabled by their corrupt lobby and our elected whores," Barry Schapiro wrote.
"Claims that their workers aren't central to their business [are] broadly recognized as a legal ploy rather than an accurate description of their workforce."
In spite of a recent poll showing waning support in Trump's handling of the economy and other evidence that Trump could face a tough path to reelection, the CFOs think that the president will remain in office.
Despite signs of discontent with the president's trade policies, farmer support for Trump remains high.
"To the presidential candidates gathered in Houston today, we need you to know there is no middle ground to stand on. Will you champion a Green New Deal and ensure a just transition away from fossil fuels?" one of the Greenpeace activists said.
"I think there's a couple more chapters yet to be written in the trade war," James McCormack, the global head of sovereign ratings at Fitch, told CNBC on Thursday.
More than other generations, Millennial respondents also used retirement savings to pay for their first house.
Hurricane Irma destroyed over 3,000,000 citrus trees and cost the industry between $1.75 and $1.83 billion in output alone.
"If everyone else is screaming recession, you start to worry it might actually cause one."
The word is "used by some feminists to avoid the perceived sexism in the suffix '-men,'" the website wrote in its definition.
"I have not heard of this situation regarding the two calls that the U.S. mentioned in the weekend," Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang.
"Liberal voters are starting to cast about for a candidate they can identify with," wrote Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute. "Moderate voters, who have been paying less attention, seem to be expressing doubts about Biden."
The tenor of U.S. trade negotiations with China has fluctuated, with prior positive overtures failing to lead to any compromise.
Of the candidates who have dropped out, Inslee had the most distinctive platform and appears to have influenced policy discussions the most.
China said Friday morning that it would be levying tariffs of 5 and 10 percent on $75 billion of U.S. goods.
"Who do you think is mowing our beautiful lawns in Somerset County? We don't usually ask, but a lot of those workers are undocumented. They're just not a lot of kids, sorry, from Montgomery High who are going to be doing that full time," Malinowski said.
President Trump has staked his appeal on his ability to handle the economy, but indicators have recently warned that the country could be headed toward recession.
Over a 40-year career, that means that black women make $946,120 less than white men, according to the National Women's Law Center.
While the announcement from The Business Roundtable (BRT) offers a significant redefinition of how corporations view their social role, it currently exists as an aspirational statement rather than a plan of action.
"The underlying consumer is doing well and making more money. More importantly, they're spending more money."
"Basically the answer is that, yes, if you're a small-cap fund investor, most likely you do have exposure to companies that are publicly traded that manufacture guns," Jon Hale told Newsweek.
The president, who campaigned on his ability to improve the economy and has sought to take credit for the economic successes, is positioning himself to avoid blame for any possible downturn.