Trump’s policies have harmed women, say critics. But his handling of COVID may be what sends them running.
We spent 12 months investigating people’s struggles in battleground states and here’s what we found.
While Republicans rake in cash on tony Fisher Island, Dems in Florida’s agricultural areas focus on getting out the vote.
A new report attacks L.A.’s systemic racism and lays out a roadmap for transformation centered in racial equality.
The dairy state draws attention for some of the nation’s highest rates of racial disparity.
So many billionaires, but Florida struggles to take care of those at the bottom.
Despite a surge in Michigan’s GDP, the state remains one of the most susceptible to another recession.
Unlike the rest of the country, North Carolina has seen a surge in the percentage of people living in or near poverty.
California’s economy is booming, but the state’s poorest residents are falling further and further behind.
Stagnant wages and increasingly unaffordable housing costs are leaving many low-income residents behind.
The key primary state has experienced a sluggish recovery from the Great Recession.
Pull back the curtain on the Trump economy and you’ll find a nation where income inequality is rising to become the new normal.
What does a Pittsburgh race for district attorney have to do with the 2020 presidential election?
The journalist argues that philanthropy is often a tool that helps the rich maintain their power, wealth and status.
Gavin Newsom now leads the state with the nation’s biggest economy and largest population — and one riven by economic inequality. What will be his most important challenges?
How can the new administration best help California’s neediest residents?
Sweat ‘s unflinching mission is to lay out the slow strangulation of the American Dream.
The New York Times has credited Sirota’s Wall Street reporting for showing “that secrecy can hide high fees, low returns, excess risk and the identity of politically connected dealmakers.”
New research reveals that 11 percent of 5,000 Disneyland workers surveyed—custodians, food workers, musicians, cashiers, concierges—have been homeless at least once in the past year.
After their critically acclaimed 2013 documentary, Inequality for All, Jacob Kornbluth and Robert Reich reunited to make Saving Capitalism, which explores the expanding economic and political power of America’s wealthy.