Federal Reserve

Fox Business host Lou Dobbs went off after another host on the network slammed Trump over the debt and deficit.
The move is meant to counter what it sees as threats to the U.S. economy.
The director of the National Economic Council says the freshman lawmaker "kind of nailed" her questions to Fed chair Jerome Powell.
Former Boeing, TSA and Federal Reserve whistleblowers share advice on how to do it right.
The stakes are high for millions of Americans — and the 2020 election.
Moore withdrew from consideration for a spot on the Federal Reserve Board following the resurfacing of his racist and sexist remarks.
Republican senators spoke out against Trump's controversial pick earlier this week.
Donald Trump’s nominee for the Federal Reserve Board admitted he had “a long paper trail” in making controversial jokes and comments.
GOP Sens. Joni Ernst and Lindsey Graham said they are not confident in the controversial nominee.
“I think we should pay attention to that, because I think that has very negative consequences for the economy and for society,” he said.
"They were humor columns, but some of them weren't funny and so I am apologetic," the president's Federal Reserve Board pick said.
Stephen Moore also once noted that income inequality is a problem — and the solution is more billionaires.
Stephen Moore taunted his ex-wife while cheating on her and has made countless sexist remarks. He thinks it's "character assassination" to bring that up.
“Women are sooo malleable!” the president's pick for the Fed once wrote. “No wonder there’s a gender gap.”
The president said he will respect Cain's wishes and not nominate him for the role.
Three GOP senators — Utah’s Mitt Romney, Alaska’s Lisa Murkowski and North Dakota’s Kevin Cramer — told AP they’d likely vote against Cain.
Why would the president choose such terrible appointees? Trump wants people who “will do exactly what he tells them to do,” Oliver said.
Larry Kudlow said Cain is a good choice for the Federal Reserve despite the accusations that surfaced in 2011.
The MSNBC show mocked Donald Trump's plan to nominate the former pizza executive for a Federal Reserve Board seat.