Camden, New Jersey, stands as a warning of what huge pockets of America could turn into.
This is the final chapter in the long and winding right-wing witch hunt against an organization that stood strong for poor and working people.
Poor farmers, stupid Americans and lying politicians.
Is the recession really ending? What does Elizabeth Warren's sort-of appointment mean? Dean Baker has answers on Grit TV.
Why are poorer and less-educated citizens more likely to die in America's wars?
Geithner doesn't want his declaration of Mission Accomplished over the economy to go the way of that other one.
Closing the gap between the wealthy and the poor is not as cut-and-dried as Obama paints it to be, but Senator Bernie Sanders has some alternative solutions for the problem.
Although pundits galore like to do it—a lot—it makes no sense to lump the sexes into undifferentiated groups.
BP's CEO "got his life back" by going yachting, and the rest of the world's millionaires are doing OK, too. But one Gulf fisherman would rather have something else than money.
If the boom years failed to lift poor mothers into the middle class, how are they faring now that the middle class is becoming the new poor?