The American prison system is a massive — if invisible — part of our economy and social fabric.
It’s simple: a weak IRS helps the wealthy avoid paying taxes.
Working families are turning their anger at Wall Street into action.
The presumptive GOP nominee says climate change is a hoax, except when it threatens his luxury golf course.
The Awesomely Affluent are Cheating Average Americans of More Than $400 Billion a Year in Federal Taxes
Congress needs to subject the super rich to the same reporting and withholding standards as the rest of us.
The average debt for a college graduate is $37,000 and the system is trying to squeeze you harder than any generation before. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
American elites don’t have to go to Panama to hide their money — they can go to Delaware.
America’s wealth concentration has increased tenfold since Bill Clinton first ran for president.
The richest Americans now live 10-15 years longer than the poorest.
IPS’s former OtherWords editor Emily Schwartz Greco spent years putting together an ensemble of unconventional thinkers and opening the doors to let their voices be heard.
Americans are used to paying sales taxes on basic goods and services, but when a Wall Street trader buys millions of dollars’ worth of stocks or derivatives, there’s no tax at all.
The Buckeye State has reformed its juvenile justice system because it understands that “children have to be treated like children.”
Nuclear power plants are already rife with operational safety issues. Now security questions render them unacceptably perilous, too.
Inmates on their deathbeds should be free to spend their final days with their loved ones.
The GOP probably can’t win the White House in 2016 with Trump or without him.