Is there an ideological sea change occurring at the International Monetary Fund when it comes to redistribution, inequality, and economic growth?
Should taxpayers pay hundreds of billions of dollars to subsidize businesses that rake in profits but pay their workers inadequate wages?
Oxfam examined how Presidents spoke about inequality in their annual State of the Union Addresses over the past 100 years with data analyst Dave Goodsmith. Now with SOTU2014 in the can, how did President Obama stack up?
Oxfam's analysis of State of the Union Addresses shows no President has spoken less about inequality since the Great Depression. Will Obama change that tonight?
It's time they pay their taxes, stop using wealth to influence politics.
To find the face of poverty today, President Johnson would need go no further than a local strip mall.
Americans across the political and income spectrum support policies that would help low-wage, no benefit workers.
“A deficit of opportunity” is a greater threat than budget deficits, he says.
Oxfam staff and friends share reactions to Robert Reich’s new documentary on US inequality.