It's the best time for a few in America, the worst for many more. If you didn't read that book, it didn't end well.
As our country becomes more diverse, our racial wealth gap means it's also becoming poorer.
In the face of gridlock at the federal level, Seattle is leading the way towards a more just economy.
There's actually trillions that could be used to fix our roads and schools. The wealthy just don't want you to know where it is.
Even over 150 years after slavery, black families still lag centuries behind whites in household wealth.
We know recessions are inevitable — and painful. Why not take action now to soften the blow?
Addressing rising inequality will require fixing our unfair economic system, not impugning poor families for being poor.
The president's budget won't balance federal spending one bit — but it'll move a lot of money up to the rich.