The South Dakota Congresswoman sits on the Congressional conference committee hashing out the final version of the Republican tax bill. Whose interests is she serving?
While Republicans may succeed in scoring a short term win for their donors, their tax plan is sparking a new moral movement against inequality.
Protesters around the country are putting pressure on Congress amid the rush to pass Trump tax cuts.
What history will the 2017 tax clash end up making?
Tax cuts for the wealthiest 1 percent alone could fund coverage for 12 million Americans.
The private jets provision in the Senate bill is indicative of who’s at the table – the wealthiest presidential cabinet in American history and their billionaire friends.
It’s unpopular. It’s expensive. But the donors want it.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is nothing short of a boon to the very wealthy at the expense of everyone else.
the House GOP decided to keep the top federal income tax rate at 39.6 percent. But the really rich won’t be paying taxes at anywhere near that rate.
If Trump succeeds in ramping up military spending and gutting everything else, we’ll be left with a bunch of nukes and an underfunded state — and no one but China to keep us afloat.
Instead of tax-rate cuts for these big corporations, the coming tax debate in Congress should focus on making wealthy individuals and big corporations pay their fair share.
This 24th annual report rebuts the GOP claim that slashing the corporate tax rate will lead to more and better jobs.
But health care costs, not corporate taxes, are the real drain on the U.S. economy.
A new report analyzes the cost of removing Obamacare limits on the tax deductibility of executive compensation, based on pay data at the top 5 insurers.
The cost of removing Obamacare limits on the tax deductibility of executive compensation, based on pay data at the top 5 insurers.