As the global media obsessed over the royal succession, one-third of Pakistan, a former British colony, was underwater.
New poverty data reveals the effectiveness of pandemic aid programs that are now expired. For poor Americans, building on that success is a matter of life and death.
Billionaire Enabler States: How U.S. States Captured by the Trust Industry Help the World’s Wealthy Hide Their Fortunes Kalena Thomhave | Chuck CollinsIntroduction: After Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Ukraine’s allies zeroed in on a possible weak spot for the...
Billionaire Enabler States: How U.S. States Captured by the Trust Industry Help the World’s Wealthy Hide Their Fortunes
A new report from the Institute for Policy Studies shows how 13 U.S. states shield billionaires – and what we can do about it.
The UN’s secretary-general is speaking truth – about inequality — to our world’s leaders.
Common sense federal investments caused poverty to plunge during the pandemic shock. If we fail to renew them, we’re choosing poverty.
In The Nation, Bill Hartung reviews IPS Associate Fellow Miriam Pemberton’s new book.
Why poor neighborhoods are often hotter than rich neighborhoods — and what to do about it.
The planet is running out of resources, and humanity is living beyond its means.
We expected Charles to get the crown. We didn’t expect him to make a billion-dollar fortune first.
Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard, a reluctant billionaire, puts company in trust devoted to address ecological crisis.
The unionization trend in the video game industry continues with workers at an Activision Blizzard King studio.
With our allies, we’ve prepared a legal brief to support the Wayúu people’s rights to water, health, and food sovereignty in Colombia.
International organizations appeal to Colombia’s highest court over human rights violations at one of the largest open pit coal mines in the world.
As we address the climate emergency, what lessons can we extract from Gorbachev’s efforts to transform the Soviet Union?
The acclaimed author and activist had a 40-year history with the Institute for Policy Studies, first as a staff member and later as a project leader and board member.
I borrowed modestly, worked on campus, and still had to skip meals to make loan payments — and I was one of the lucky ones.
Lawmakers are filling schools with police and viciously targeting students and teachers. How are kids supposed to learn?
The Maryland Democrat draws from his constitutional scholarship in analyzing the proposal that will be on the September 4 ballot in Chile.
Many of the people most impacted by abortion bans are also most impacted by pollution.