Goldfish are some of the most resistant fish out there; that’s why they make good pets. They can survive in a bowl and almost any pond of fresh water. They can also survive the winter with no oxygen. Most vertebrates die after a few minutes without oxygen, our bodies need it to survive. However, goldfish and…
‘He’s ‘a sinister master manipulator’: Why Trump’s narcissistic bullying energizes his base
On Tuesday, President Donald Trump railed against the media on Twitter, accusing reporters of artificially sinking his poll numbers, which have consistently hovered at 43 percent nationwide.
Trump's attacks on the media—which he dubbed the "LameStream Media" in his tweet—have been consistent over the course of his administration. The name-calling also echoes his attacks on other perceived enemies, including lawmakers, ethnicities, immigrants and whole countries.
This Trump-backing Indiana city is ‘flashing a warning sign’ that a recession is coming: Wall Street Journal
Last week's inverted yield curve set off fresh worries about whether the American economy is headed toward a recession, and a new report from the Wall Street Journal is sure to further stoke concerns.
In the report, the WSJ writes that Elkhart, Indiana -- a key industrial city in a district that voted for former President Barack Obama in 2008 and current President Donald Trump in 2016 -- is "flashing a warning sign about the economy."
Spooked Trump insists US economy not in trouble
President Donald Trump is so convinced that his reelection depends on the economy staying strong that the merest hint of recession has sent him into political crisis management mode.
Unpopular and with a middling record of legislative achievements, Trump enters the 2020 campaign season facing significant headwinds -- except on the economy.
Growth has been on the upside for a decade now and Trump takes all the credit that he can for record low unemployment and what he repeatedly claims to be "the hottest" economy in the world.
But what he doesn't want to talk about is the bad news -- and that's starting to accumulate.