The Vanderbilts, once America’s richest family, have become a handy punching bag for the guardians of our new Gilded Age.
The U.S. women’s soccer team outperforms its male counterpart but earns less — like women in every other field.
The last thing on your mind during a ride to the ER should be: Is this going to bankrupt me?
Juneteenth was supposed to mark the end of a horrific era of oppression, but racial inequality remains rampant. These 10 policy proposals could change that.
10 ways that doing the right thing would save us money.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the New York state legislature could end the subminimum tipped wage for carwasheros downstate.
Everybody Has the Right to Live
The federal minimum wage has not been raised in 10 years, the longest period without an increase since the program was implemented.
New York’s latest housing legislation turns the tables on the landlord class, offering protections for renters.
As anti-extraction protests gain momentum, government responds with threats of federal prison time for those who interfere with the fossil fuel industry.
Residents of Eight Mile, Alabama await a HUD ruling on a dangerous gas leak. Meanwhile, NCRC and the South Alabama Center for Fair Housing evaluate other legal options to secure compensation for the community.
We now have some new clues, thanks to the tax-evasion records whistleblowers have been so generously sharing.
Trump administration sanctions imposing new travel restrictions on Cuba will have no effect on Cuba’s support for Venezuela.
For Donald Trump, tariffs are a substitute for diplomacy, just as harassment in his personal life is a substitute for normal human interaction