"How to Liberate America from Wall Street Rule," New Report, Proposes a Way Out of Economic Recession
As Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke discusses preventing inflation, a new report being released next week calls for restructure of the Fed, bank localization, and more.
A New National Movement Forms to Protect and Expand Care
On Tuesday, July 12, over 700 people from across the country, Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis, and national human rights leaders will launch the Caring Across Generations campaign, supported in part by the Institute for Policy Studies.
With unemployment now at 9.2 percent, "Resilience Circles" help others adapt to a changing world
As hard economic times get harder, many Americans turn to helping each other.
New Report Outlines Bold Changes to the Security Budget, as Gates Makes Way for Panetta
As President Obama asks Republicans to cut “sacred cows” from the budget and make security budget cuts, report discusses ways to shift our security resources.
Expert Available: Phyllis Bennis on President Obama's speech on U.S. troops in Afghanistan
Phyllis Bennis is available for interviews about President Obama’s speech at the White House this evening on withdrawing U.S. troops from Afghanistan.
Rev. Jesse L. Jackson to Keynote Forum on Alternatives to Failed War on Drugs
Drug policy analysts and advocates, including Sanho Tree, drug policy scholar and fellow at IPS, to focus on devastating impact on black communities as the Institute of the Black World declares war on the "War on Drugs."