A Pennsylvania secretary gets an extra $1.50 a week from the GOP tax bill. The Koch brothers get an extra $27 million.
In today’s rigged political system, the special interests of a tiny minority trump the will of the great majority.
The breaks seldom pay for themselves — and put employees of local businesses out of work.
The bidding war to host the retail giant's second headquarters pits taxpayers across America against each other.
You may not want the GOP's Christmas gift to you.
While Republicans may succeed in scoring a short-term win for their donors, their tax plan is sparking a new moral movement against inequality.
The more the public learns about the tax cut plan making its way through Congress, the more they hate it.
Behind closed doors, Republicans admit that their tax plan is all for their rich donors.