Only a system premised on extreme inequality would choose fossil fuel profits over the future of humanity.
The deaths of Alton Sterling and others show that black Americans rarely get justice.
If our nation wants to put its history of racial inequality behind it, we must bridge the wealth divide.
Five ways the administration has waged war on Muslims at home and abroad in its first year.
New social movements are making their power felt in ways that would have been unimaginable before Trump took office.
The culture that led to the 2008 financial crisis continues to flourish.
A quarter of Andrew Puzder’s employees reported unpaid overtime, a third complained of wage theft, and fully two-thirds said they were sexually harassed.
In the richest country in the world, why do so many millions of working people have to worry about paying their bills in their golden years?
Here’s how the key inequality-related ballot initiatives we were tracking turned out.
On Nov. 8, voters in many states will weigh in on a variety of inequality-related issues, from taxing the wealthy to price-gouging on drugs.
In 2015 the Indiana governor told Obama in no uncertain terms that his state would not be complying with the Clean Power Plan.
The Pope has taken aim at a lucrative system.
As Dodd-Frank turns five, the SEC hasn’t been able to put the regulations into practice.
As President Obama twists arms to pass “fast track,” a look back at the Democrats who helped Clinton win the bloody trade battle of 1993.
What makes us feel like and identify as a certain gender or genders is in our brain, not between our legs.