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  • The Great 2018 Sunday Show Race

    In 2018, Republican guests may have dominated once again, but it was a Democrat who was the big winner.

  • Most blame Trump, GOP for shutdown, polling shows

    A majority blames the president and Republicans for the partial government shutdown and just two percent say the president's national address changed their minds on the border wall, according to new polling.
  • The Today Show Officially Replaces Megyn Kelly With...

    Megyn Kelly is out. And her replacements are officially in. On Monday morning, about three months after Megyn Kelly was fired for being naive, insensitive and also pretty darn racist, NBC went ahead and seemingly named her replacement. Indeed, Megyn Kelly Today is no more. Viewers should now prepare themselves for
  • Americans warming to socialism over capitalism, polls show

    Politicians calling themselves "Democratic socialists" have made very-visible gains in the past year, with Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez joining Congress on Thursday and Sen. Bernie Sanders becoming a party icon with the status to bring policies like Medicare-for-all into the mainstream.

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  • Polls show government shutdown is eroding faith in economy

    WASHINGTON - The government shutdown and a late-year slump in the stock market have eroded Americans' optimism for the economy and support for President Trump's economic policies, new surveys show. The decline in confidence is widespread - among Democrats and Republicans, high and low earners - and it suggests mounting danger for Trump and the economic expansion that he claims as a strong point of his presidency. Sustained drops in confidence often signal dampened consumer spending in the months...

  • Polls Show Government Shutdown Is Eroding Faith in Economy

    Consumer-sentiment readings are declining, and more Americans rate President Trump’s economic policies poorly, as the impasse in Washington drags on.
  • Euro zone to open race for replacement of ECB's Praet

    Euro zone finance ministers will invite applications on Monday for the job of European Central Bank Chief Economist, replacing Peter Praet whose term ends on May 31, a senior euro zone official said on Thursday.