The rich are getting richer and the poor, poorer, with many who used to be middle class sliding into the second camp.
Halloween took a uniquely creative and progressive twist as people wore their favorite political superhero or villain costume.
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International civil society organizations urge G-20 leaders to make progress on taxing financial speculation at summit in Seoul.
A look at the Job Training Partnership Program that was introduced today by the White House.
A University of Chicago Law School professor complains that he is struggling to get by with a $400,000 annual family income. IPS Fellow, Sanho Tree, has a two line response for him.
The best way to address budget deficits is to put people back to work so they can pay their share of taxes.
In occupied Iraq, the population living in urban slums has skyrocketed. Why haven’t we heard more about this shocking statistic?
GOP hysteria throws goodness, and American families, under the bus.
Either you’re too big to fail or too small to matter.
United Farm Workers uses a creative campaign to build support for reform.
Yet another partisan fight in Congress over whether the long-term unemployed should continue to collect benefits is looming.
For communities that were already in economic freefall before this recession, it’s a catastrophe.
Denying benefits is a messy process, so Talx comes in to do the dirty chore.
We have a long-term growth in income disparity between rich and middle-class, which has since been mostly obscured by the recent meltdown.