While Americans watched Senate hearings over Brett Kavanaugh’s alleged sexual assaults, House Republicans passed an extra $3 trillion tax cut for rich people and corporations.
Very few businesses have raised wages thanks to corporate tax cuts, but executives and lawmakers are buying new yachts.
Here's a look at the president's travels on the paths of chaos, and at the economic damage that might lie ahead.
The only real way to build the economy is through investments in people—their education and skills, their health, and the infrastructure that connects them.
Public policies such as President Trump’s tax cuts and President Reagan’s legalization of stock buybacks are tilted to the benefit of those at the top.
The superrich won't acknowledge that lower-income earners are caught in an expensive, vicious cycle.
It will weaken the economy for years—reducing demand, widening inequality and increasing the national debt by at least $1.5 trillion over a decade.
House Republicans are expanding the child tax credit to placate Sen. Marco Rubio, who had expressed dissatisfaction with the size of the credit that low-income families can claim.
Selling the Trump-Republican proposal should be awkward for an administration that has made patriotism its central theme.
Jeff Bezos' online retailing giant stands as the most advanced and most ambitious model of a future under corporate oligarchic control.