In today's global economy, financial security increasingly belongs solely to the wealthy.
While much of the world faces deepening poverty, a tiny handful of people have increased their wealth by more than $1 trillion.
A new rule could add hundreds of billions to the federal deficit, all to give more money to the people who need it least.
The rich are hiding wealth in country farmland and big-city skyscrapers, and that could be hurting you.
"Squeezed" author Alissa Quart examines our runaway income inequality and the possible solutions offered by democratic socialism.
Only by abandoning our two-party duopoly can we begin to imagine an alternative future.
We have become a Potemkin society where tokens are put on the stage to represent equality while the vast majority of Americans are economically enslaved.
A country's annual budget is often described as a moral document, defining the nation's values. Its tax system codifies its fairness.