The Trump budget would be particularly damaging for Americans with disabilities.
The Trump budget would squeeze working families for the benefit of wealthy elites.
Between climate denial and severe budget cuts, President Trump is dealing a double blow to those living on the brink.
Disability benefits are not the cause of declining labor force participation among prime-age men.
Instead of trying to cut legal aid, President Trump should be investing in it.
The economy is not producing access to a good, stable middle-class life for people who do not go to college. On prudential and ethical grounds, progressives must do more to create decent job opportunities and secure family situations for all working people facing difficult economic conditions not within their control.
Watch a 100-second run-down of Trump's chaotic first 100 days.
Trump’s actions during his first 100 days in office have time and again benefitted corporations and the wealthy at the expense of ordinary Americans.
Recent federal and state actions against sanctuary cities would gut these communities’ economic foundations and decimate the basic living standards of struggling Americans.
Flawed racial stereotypes about welfare in America lay at the heart of the administration’s decision-making on the budget.
While criminal justice reform may be stalled in Congress for now, red, blue, and purple states alike are moving forward with their own reforms.
This infographic demonstrates how investing in families early on pays off down the line.
As another study is released on the plight of the white working class, policymakers should remember to find common solutions that uplift all Americans.
The Trump administration and Congress are threatening the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s role in defending communities of color in banking.
President Trump’s budget cuts fall particularly hard on health, safety, and economic development in rural communities.