From the first public impeachment hearings to the midnight cut off for this month's Democratic debate, this is going to be a big day.
The conservative BlazeTV host, who has made predictions of economic doom before, claimed the Fed is "printing money to bail out the banks again."
President Donald Trump has pointed the finger at the Federal Reserve amid talk of a recession, but voters are looking at him.
"Are you listening Federal Reserve? This is a major violation which will greatly weaken China over time!" Trump Tweeted
"Through the course of the year, weak global growth, trade policy uncertainty and muted inflation have prompted the [Federal Open Market Committee] to adjust its assessment of the appropriate path of interest rates," Fed Chair Jerome Powell said.
"The global economy has weakened. I think partly it's because of conflicts over trade and the uncertainty that's caused for businesses," Yellen said.
The last time the Fed cut rates, the economy was plunging into recession, Uber and Lyft hadn't been launched and the first iPad hadn't been released.
The lawmakers are skeptical of why the financial institution failed to report suspicious banking activity associated with accounts of the president and his son-in-law to federal authorities.
Herman Cain, who President Donald Trump recently recommended for a seat on the Federal Reserve board, said God will "figure out" when the U.S. should stop relying on fossil fuel energy.
Trump wants to install "people that will do exactly what he tells them to do," Oliver said.
The Fed has often been the target of criticism from the Trump administration, and toward the end of last year, the president had reportedly discussed firing Powell.
U.S. stocks headed into the festive season on the back of a four-session losing streak.
"I'm doing deals, and I'm not being accommodated by the Fed," Trump said in an interview with The Washington Post on Tuesday. "They're making a mistake because I have a gut, and my gut tells me more sometimes than anybody else's brain can ever tell me."
President Trump said Thursday that he was "not happy" with the Federal Reserve's decision to raise interest rates.
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.
Powell is popular within the Federal Reserve system, where he's been a governor since 2012.
Only Fed economists untouched by reality could think rising prices for consumer goods is a desirable outcome.
Savers, travelers, foreign governments and more are helped by the quarter-point increase.
Federal Reserve chair says an adjustment will 'likely be appropriate' after evaluating employment and inflation data.
'We may be moving more to a more balanced policy with what sounds like more business-friendly regulation and possibly more fiscal support,' Fed governor says.