The federal debt is growing at the same rate under Donald Trump as it did under Barack Obama. Utah has the nation’s biggest gender pay gap, new report says. Utah internet experts predict what Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg will say to Congress during his visit this week.

Happy Tuesday. Donald Trump criticized then-President Barack Obama in 2016 as the federal debt increased during his administration. But now that Trump is in office, according to a new report from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, it’s projected to grow at the same clip. Trump, though, hasn’t faced a nationwide financial crisis like his predecessor did. [WaPost]

Topping the news: Utah now has the biggest gender pay gap in America, according to a new study using U.S. Census data. Women in the state — which is tied with Louisiana — earn 70 cents on the dollar compared with men. [Trib]

-> Large Utah families could have higher state tax bills in 2018 despite federal reforms and a state income tax cut. [Trib]

-> Utah internet experts shared their thoughts about Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s planned visit to Congress this week. [Trib]

Tweets of the day: From @aedwardslevy: “lawyer for Trump raided over Stormy Daniels, proving nobody puts Baby in a Cohen err”

-> From @thistallawkgirl: “Michael Cohen will be a question on the bar exam.”

In other news: Robert F. Farrington Jr., who shaped Salt Lake City’s business life and urban scene, died Monday. He was 66. [Trib]

-> Members of Utah’s congressional delegation spoke out Monday, urging President Donald Trump to respond to a suspected chemical weapons attack on Syrian civilians. [KSL]

-> A group of Salt Lake City advocates are pushing for a sanctuary where victims of sex trafficking could heal from the trauma. [Trib]

-> The Salt Lake City Council is expected to vote on a sales tax hike that would help to fund housing, roads, transit and police. [DNews]

-> Some Summit County residents are claiming UDOT violated its own policies by proposing the construction of a noise wall in their area. They want Utah Gov. Gary Herbert to intervene. [Fox13]

-> Pat Bagley illustrates how he sees the GOP’s divergent approaches to gun control and abortion. [Trib]

-> Robert Gehrke tells the story Vicky Chavez, who has lived inside the First Unitarian Church of Salt Lake City for two months to avoid deportation. [Trib]

Nationally: The FBI raided the office of President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Monday. Trump called the action “disgraceful.” [NYTimes]

-> North Korea told the U.S. on Sunday it is willing to discuss denuclearization. A meeting between Trump and North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, is planned for next month. [NYTimes]

-> The Congressional Budget Office released projections Monday showing that the federal budget deficit is expected to reach $1 trillion in 2020. [NYTimes]

-> Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., gave birth to a baby on Monday, becoming the first senator to deliver a child while in office. [WaPost]

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— Courtney Tanner and Madalyn Gunnell