The White House says there will be no recession, we talk to Rep. Rashida Tlaib's grandmother in the West Bank and find out what a fire cloud is.
Here's what we're looking at this morning:
Trump and consultants reject recession concerns: "Our consumers are rich."
Recession? Which recession?
This was the assessment of President Donald Trump that some economists fear that the US might succumb to the global slowdown affecting many other countries.
"Our consumers are rich," he told reporters. "I've made a tax cut, they're loaded with money."
Last week, the phenomenon of "reverse bond yields", in which the interest rate on 1
0-year Treasury notes fell below the interest rate on 2-year notes, should not happen and was the precursor to several past recessions. The stock market fell by 800 points at the same time, followed by a slight recovery.
"I think we're doing pretty well," said Larry Kudlow, director of the National Economic Council to Meet the Press on Sunday.
"Are not we afraid of optimism … I think there's a very optimistic economy going on out there."
Los Angeles gang intervener after police stoplisted in band database
Larry Sanders, 58, collaborates with gangs in South Los Angeles
Sanders, who was not working at this time, was stopped by police and asked to display his tattoos. Weeks later, he received a letter stating that he had met the "minimum criteria" for the appointment of a gang member or partner.
Band databases are being examined in more detail by proponents of judicial reform.
NBC News Katie Flaherty has all the story .
Rep. Rashida Tlaib's Palestinian grandmother still hopes she will visit her in the West Bank.