Sam Pizzigati points out that the Internet didn't have to be an engine of inequality.
Raising the minimum wage would give our economy much more bang for the buck than we get from the financial industry's yearly windfalls.
Once hailed as the "Great Equalizer," public higher education today has arguably become a driver of inequality.
Republicans can't get their act together enough to replace the Affordable Care Act, much less repeal it — but that's not stopping the party's staunch opposition.
Do we have to celebrate Internet billionaires, too?
With so much of the nation's food supply concentrated in the "Shake and Bake" state, its good weather is bad news for us all.
The perfect world for corporations wouldn't be complete without a dose of factual manipulation.
The homeownership rate is declining while rents rise and hedge funds snap up thousands of foreclosed homes.
Obama's really taking this bull by the horns.
Governments are getting caught peeping on innocent people's private video chats — how creepy is that?