Despite disappointing election results, the Podemos Party's commitment on inequality has already reshaped the Spanish political landscape.
Clinton could address voter skepticism and shatter another glass ceiling by creating the first all-female presidential ticket.
New research shows that the same inequality that gets us into economic messes, significantly slows the clean-up.
Join IPS economic and social inequality experts in discussing how this election year can be a pivotal moment for the movement to reverse inequality.
Two decades before Bernie Sanders’ presidential candidacy, the hip-hop artist described the absurdity of inequality in America that continues to get worse today.
A new UNICEF report shows the U.S. lagging behind countries like Turkey and Slovakia on efforts to reduce childhood inequality, even as it ranks No. 1 in wealth.
If nothing changes in our tax code, the wealthiest 1 percent will claim half of all U.S. wealth in just 20 years.
IPS drug policy expert Sanho Tree says strategies to address underlying drivers, including inequality and systemic lack of opportunities in Central America, is key to developing alternatives to the war on drugs.
The richest Americans now live 10-15 years longer than the poorest.
Denmark again ranks as the happiest place on earth. Meanwhile, Trump is doing best in the angriest U.S. states.