Forget holding a vote: GOP leadership won’t even allow a hearing on long-term jobless benefits inside the Capitol.
A big-city mayor proposes moving toward $15-an-hour. A movement builds.
One survey says job numbers are up, and another one says job numbers are down. Which one is correct?
The cumulative effects of years of deindustrialization, weakened unions and soaring inequality have fundamentally reordered the country.
The food industry is now the most unequal sector in the American economy.
Taxpayers are basically moneylenders to a government that is far more interested in subsidizing business than in caring for their workers.
A brilliant book has named the problem of our time. But will anything change?
A Fighting Chance is a poignant, populist book that frames a direction for Democrats.
A new project by NETWORK, the Catholic social justice lobby, invites a reconsideration of a duty to the poor.
The wealth gap didn’t spring up from policy gone awry—it is the policy.