The U.S. should keep its debt-to-GDP (gross domestic product) in mind before things "get out of hand," Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland President Loretta Mester said Monday.
Republicans are resisting requests by Democrats for U.S. intelligence chiefs to present their annual global threat report to a congressional panel.
North Korea won't give up its nukes, and Americans shouldn't fall for the regime's charm offensive, top intelligence officials say.
Among the myriad threats to national security — North Korea, Russia and Iran — is the national debt, National Intelligence Director Dan Coats said.
Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats sounds the alarm to the Senate Intelligence Committee.
The director of national intelligence and head of the NSA will speak with investigators. The NSA's former deputy director will also be interviewed.
The FBI's Mueller is seeking interviews with three high-ranking intelligence names, suggesting a probe of Trump’s actions, the NYT reported.
Special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election has widened, The Washington Post reported, citing officials.
An official explained that there are two possible reasons why Dan Coats and Michael Rogers repeatedly declined to answer questions from senators on Wednesday.
President Trump reportedly asked DNI Coats to get former FBI chief James Comey to ease a probe into Mike Flynn.
"On this topic, as well as other topics, I don't feel it's appropriate to characterize discussions and conversations with the president," Coats said, NBC News reports.
The announcement comes as the president-elect has criticized American intelligence agencies.
Republicans won key Senate races as Democrats have only been able to flip two seats in Illinois and New Hampshire.