Trump's budget proposal has something to hurt almost everyone, but it's a perfect storm for the poor.
The French darling of American liberals is slashing taxes for the rich and cracking down on immigrants.
As another corporate giveaway, the plan would put major public infrastructure up for sale, and would loosen environmental rules designed to protect local communities.
It's bad for workers, customers, and the economy alike when employers pass the cost of a living wage entirely on to their customers.
In an unusual move, the president admitted that illegal Israeli settlements were an obstacle to peace.
California's ballot initiative aims to make college tuition-free by reinstating the estate tax.
Why the current Russia situation is bigger than warmongering and the current presidential administration.
There's a huge opportunity cost to America's enormous military budget.
New research suggests large incomes can doom relationships right from the start.
Transit equity isn’t just about where you sit on the bus. It’s about whether you can get on a bus at all.
It's now clear that the Russians offered help and members of the Trump campaign accepted. But the real scandal may be money laundering.
Illegal immigration is down and MS-13 is an exaggerated threat.
How did we get here, and where do we go next?
A Pennsylvania secretary gets an extra $1.50 a week from the GOP tax bill. The Koch brothers get an extra $27 million.
Military spending will reach $700 billion under the deal to reopen the government, despite reports of hundreds of billions in Pentagon waste.
Abolishing the regulation affirming that tips are the property of the employee would make women and people of color more vulnerable to exploitation.
There’s a likely ending to all this military bluster and buildup, and it’s one that goes boom.
Minnesota activists have launched a week of resistance against racism, corporatism, and displacement caused by the Super Bowl in Minneapolis.
It was light on foreign policy specifics, but heavy on red meat for Trump's racist supporters.
Health care costs are set to jump, and big employers are shedding jobs despite taking tax breaks.