Second-quarter GDP growth was revised upward, to 4.2 percent, and some are now predicting 4.6-percent third-quarter growth. Could Trump's claim of five-percent GDP growth become reality?

 

New law in effect in Arizona moves the state one step closer toward sound money.

The president is enjoying ever-stronger poll numbers as the economy continues to grow.

Presidents are expected to keep quiet about whatever the Federal Reserve does. But Donald Trump has become famous for upending supposedly sacrosanct protocols.

In the first nine months of the present fiscal year, total federal revenues were $2.54 trillion, while total federal spending was $3.15 trillion, leaving a deficit of $607 billion. That’s 16-percent higher than it was at the same time a year ago.

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