The ex-federal prosecutor made the assessment after news broke about federal investigators searching a former acting assistant attorney general's home.
The Republican Pennsylvania GOP candidate promotes claims that the 2020 election was stolen and attended the January 6, 2021, riot outside the U.S. Capitol.
Helping Ukraine and tackling Russia will be priorities at the meeting held at Schloss Elmau in Germany's Bavarian Alps.
"The thing that will truly bring energy price stability in the long term is diversification of our energy sources," California Rep. Ro Khanna said.
A 6-3 SCOTUS decision on a 100-year-old New York gun law could have a "ripple effect" across America.
With Americans facing high gas prices, President Joe Biden is placing the blame on oil companies for not increasing production.
More Americans view inflation as a "crisis" now than they did in April, according to a new poll.
The Republican senator previously pledged not to seek a third term but announced he'd changed his mind in January.
Gallup has found that just 13 percent of Americans are satisfied with the direction the U.S. is going.
A letter to the president warned that his $10 billion plan to suspend the levy for three months will impact the Highway Trust Fund.
One lawmaker said he "wonders when we are just going to get the amendment to have a trillion-dollar defense budget because it seems that's where we are going."
During a speech calling for a federal gas tax holiday, the president made a push for clean energy.
The poll showed DeSantis edging Biden by a 47 to 46 percent margin, with 97 percent of Trump voters supporting the Florida governor in a hypothetical election.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees asserts that "successful economic adjustment remains one of the most pressing challenges" for refugees.
Noted economist Art Laffer said upcoming GDP numbers could show that the country is already in the grips of a recession.
The Federal Reserve chairman spoke on the likelihood of a recession, whether interest rates will rise again and how unemployment factors in.
President Joe Biden called on Congress to impose a three-month federal gas tax holiday amid skyrocketing prices across the U.S.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said a recession is a 'possibly' during his testimony before Congress.
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A gas tax cut won't do much to fix high prices driven by a supply shock. Experts warn it could actually make inflation worse.
"We are not trying to induce a recession now," Fed Chair Jerome Powell said last Wednesday after raising interest rates. "Let's be clear about that."
Even though the average rent in the U.S. is becoming higher, mortgage rates are increasing at a greater pace.
Governors in some states are pushing for additional direct payments to help ease the burden on residents struggling with the rising cost of gas and other goods.
The panel investigating the events that led up to the insurrection will present its fourth day of evidence on Tuesday.
Israel also vigorously opposes Biden's position, which it views as hostile to Israeli sovereignty in Jerusalem.
The former president said the U.S. had the "greatest economy in the history of the world" before the Democrats "destroyed it."
Raising interest rates will only "punish the American economy," the publishing executive said in an interview.