A new law in San Francisco to curb erratic scheduling practices could be the first of many.
Ferguson put the U.S.' racial apartheid on the global stage.
The gap between rich and poor has grown so vast that even Fed chief Janet Yellen suggests it’s un-American.
No statistical contortion can hide the growing divide between the 1 percent and everyone else.
A growing number of corporations spend more on executive compensation than federal income taxes.
Addressing inequality head-on will put our nation's wealth back where it belongs — with all of us.
Poverty and deep poverty persist in this wealthy nation.
The ‘average’ U.S. family is doing just fine, suggests the Federal Reserve’s latest triennial portrait of household wealth. But typical Americans are struggling. Could both be true?
The Institute for Policy Studies is proud to showcase this poem dedicated to the people's struggle in Ferguson, MO, collectively written by poets of the D.C., Maryland, Virginia metropolitan area using a process described as a potluck process. Enjoy.
The big-box giant is upending people's lives by subjecting its workers to unpredictable scheduling.