What is the state of the union? You certainly couldn’t tell from that platitudinous hogwash that the president dished out.
Two years into the Obama presidency, with the economic data looking grim, the revolving platinum door linking the White House with Wall Street keeps swinging.
On The Big Picture with Thom Hartmann, Katrina vanden Heuvel commends Bernie Sanders for standing up for the marginalized voices in the tax debate.
Former Citigroup CEO Sandy Weill, whose push for radical deregulation of the banking industry did so much to create our financial crisis, seems to be faring quite well in our shattered economy.
The Supreme Court's Citizens United decision is already having an effect on our democracy, and according to Nichols, "We may have our first fully corporate-defined election this year, in 2010."
Like the monsters in a Hollywood movie, corporations are attacking our democracy.
Lawrence Lessig talks to Chris Hayes about what progressives can do to combat the destructive effects of corporate money in elections.
Robert Scheer knows who's responsible for our tanked economy—and in his new book, he's not afraid to name names.
Can we calculate the true cost of our dependence on oil?
As Elizabeth Warren’s devastating Congressional report reveals, the Federal Reserve used taxpayer money to bail out the insurance giant, instead of forcing the major banks to clean up the mess they helped create.