Trump’s budget is an unmitigated disaster for everyday Americans—including women, people with disabilities, LGBTQ individuals, communities of color, and more.
6 Things to Watch for in Trump’s Infrastructure Scam
Resisting Financial Deregulation
The Administration and Congress Should Not Undermine Registered Apprenticeships
5 Features of Successful Housing Finance Reform
The Midwestern Great Recession of 2001 and the Destruction of Good Jobs
The I-69 Section 5 project in southern Indiana demonstrates that risk transference through public-private partnerships is not guaranteed.
President Trump's tax cuts rewarded people born into wealth. Now he wants to pay for it by making it harder for millions of low- and middle-income Americans to afford college.
In this bonus episode, Michele and Igor speak with HuffPost reporter Travis Waldron to discuss to 2018 Winter Olympics.
The president's budget pays for his tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations by slashing health care, education, and other critical investments.
With their proposed fiscal year 2019 budget, President Trump and Secretary DeVos have demonstrated, once again, that they are eager to drain public education funds in order to push their privatization schemes.
A recent parental leave proposal with administration support would require workers to dip into their future Social Security funds to replace income lost during the leave period—and delay their eventual retirement.
With a June deadline looming, most of the defunct accreditor's schools are on a path to gain approval elsewhere.
Before Valentine's Day, the authors focus on the economic outcomes of single, cohabiting, and married individuals.
Author Karla Walter urges pro-worker policymakers to harness the power of federal contracts, grants, loans, and tax expenditures to create good jobs.
President Trump promised to fight for American workers, but his first year in office has shown that he is decidedly not on their side.
Authors Karla Walter and Alex Rowell describe how President Trump is rolling back the protections that ensure that Americans can be safe on the job, receive fair pay and benefits, save for retirement, access high-quality training programs, have a voice in their workplace, and not be discriminated against at work.
California, Chicago, Denver, and Atlanta are showing how cities and states can look within and to one another to tackle the United States’ rising affordable housing crisis.
The Trump administration wants to cut core federal infrastructure funds, including the Highway Trust Fund, New Starts, TIGER, and long-distance Amtrak routes, among others; these cuts will make it harder for states and regions to build critical projects, harming communities of all sizes.
President Donald Trump’s pledge to fast-track infrastructure projects threatens to roll back essential environmental review regulations that safeguard natural habitats and local communities.