Those Democrat voices are becoming tiresome as the economy continues to pick up speed.

In his first 11 months in office, President Trump is keeping another of his campaign promises: reducing regulations so that the economy can breathe again.

After nominating Jerome Powell to head the Federal Reserve, Trump is leaning toward Mohamed El-Erian as his top pick for vice chairman, says the Wall Street Journal.

It may sound cliché, but there is a great deal of wisdom in the old saying about catching criminals: “Follow the money.” That advice applies as much to catching small-time petty thieves as it does to big-time global crime syndicates.



With the city's debt overwhelming it, Hartford, Connecticut, is about to become Detroit.

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