Online platforms like Zoom and Skype have become basic, public necessities as our lives are upended by the coronavirus. Should they be nationalized?
An illustrated look at a system allowing billionaire wealth to balloon, all at the expense of everything else we care about.
Investing in student debt relief would have a democratizing effect for young people and median earners, while also boosting the economy.
If we want to expand the middle class, lift up workers and protect the environment, we need to protect our democracy from extreme billionaire influence.
The Strong For All coalition is pressing for higher taxes on the very rich rather than austerity budget cuts that hit the non-wealthy.
U.S. life expectancy rose for the first time in four years because of a drop in opioid overdose deaths. Now Trump, who claims credit, wants to cut Medicaid.
The United Nations might be fading, but this new report deserves a bright spotlight.
Why we should focus on the enablers exposed in the Angola scandal: Boston Consulting Group, McKinsey, and PwC.
Industry-friendly regulators are letting chemical companies flood the country with toxins. It should be a scandal.
Taxes are the best and only appropriate way to ensure adequate investment in the things our societies need.
Native American products enrich many corporations — but often not Natives themselves. We can change that.
A proposed 2 percent transfer tax on residential and commercial properties worth over $2 million could raise $169 million for affordable housing annually.
While duct-taped bananas are selling for over $100,000, the Trump administration is slashing SNAP benefits for 700,000 Americans.
We need to fix the health care system that has Joe Six-Pack paying the same basic tax as Jeff Bezos.
The Tax Excessive CEO Pay Act, landmark new legislation before Congress, links corporate taxes to the CEO-worker pay divide.
According to a new study, nearly half of the units in one downtown building were owned by anonymous entities.
With personal fortunes worth dozens of billions, modern American deep pockets can afford one of just about everything.
Here’s the simplest way to collect more revenue from the richest 0.2 percent of Americans.
In 2018, fifty publicly traded U.S. corporations paid their CEOs more than 1,000 times what they paid their median workers.
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The fires ravaging California offer yet another reason to fear our grand economic divides.