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Ben Carson and Donald Trump.

The Trump administration seeks to make it easier for banks to reject loans for people of color

In addition to reversing Obama-era housing rules, Trump is also targeting a federal law his family was accused of violating in the 1970s.
Former president Barack Obama and Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang

‘A real missed opportunity’: Andrew Yang swings at Obama’s decision to bail out Wall Street over average Americans during the financ...

"When we had a fundamental choice to either recapitalize the banks or keep Americans in their homes, we chose the banks," Yang said.

The Trump administration is cracking down on counterfeit sales made through sites like Amazon and Walmart

The announcement came on the heels of a trade deal with China, which includes steps to stem the flow of counterfeit and pirated products into the US.
President Trump alongside congressional Republicans.

Scores of Republican lawmakers enriched themselves off the Trump tax cuts, report says

The report sheds light on the lack of guardrails in place to prevent lawmakers from crafting and passing legislation they stand to benefit from.

Tens of millions of Americans expected to see lower credit scores following FICO change

The new system will more strictly penalize borrowers with large amounts of debt or those who have fallen behind on loan payments.
George Soros delivers a speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on January 24, 2019.

George Soros warns the US economy under Trump is headed for peril

"Trump's economic team has managed to overheat an already buoyant economy," Soros said at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

Trump doubles down on his promise to ‘save’ Social Security a day after he suggested overhauling it

It's a stark reversal from only a day earlier, when he suggested he was open to overhauling the program at the "right" moment after the election.

Trump is studying ‘numerous’ middle-class tax cut plans ahead of election, White House says

The plan could offer the Trump campaign a revamped message for voters after the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act failed to gain widespread support.

Top 2020 Dems would raise $1 trillion less through tax plans than campaigns claim, new study finds

Tax plans from Democratic presidential candidates would not generate as much revenue as their campaigns have claimed, a new study said Thursday.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin speaks at a news briefing

Treasury Secretary Mnuchin keeps insisting Trump’s tax cuts will pay for themselves despite consistent evidence they exploded the federal defici...

A Trump administration talking point is emerging again as it designs another plan it's calling "Tax Cuts 2.0." But the last round swelled the deficit.