Americans pay a steep price for not spreading their wealth around as well as other developed countries.
Executive pay excess is driving decisions that are turning workers — and their communities — into sacrificial lambs.
Every other industrialized country has already made the transition and seen both improved health outcomes and reduced costs.
A group of national security experts from left, right, and center says cutting some of America’s 800 far-flung outposts will save money and make us safer.
The latest batch of nationalist and authoritarian leaders are beefing up their borders, but the proliferation of globalization isn’t stopping anytime soon.
Hint: simply increasing the progressive income tax on top earners isn’t enough.
Cancer-treatment executives are reaping fortunes off deeply misleading marketing strategies.
Congress passed the Americans with Disabilities Act 28 years ago, but accessibility is still treated as a luxury rather than a necessity.
The last Congress ensured that America’s wealth will concentrate ever more rapidly at the very top — unless the next one does something about it.
Growing inequity in charitable giving continues to hold risks not only for nonprofits but for the entire nation.
Senator Sanders has introduced a bill that would ban Walmart and other big corporations from repurchasing their stock unless they narrow the gaps between CEO and worker pay.
If that ancient Greek could move the world, we can certainly move Walmart.
The media is missing the real story on the peninsula. If that gives Koreans space to lead, maybe that’s not such a bad thing.
It’s hard not to feel that all of humanity deserves a Darwin award when you see the effects of recent superstorms, the vanishing of polar ice, and the heedless drilling for oil and gas everywhere.
Spending records, voter suppression, and high youth turnout mark the most expensive midterm elections of all time.