economic inequality

Occupy Returns: How Do We Really Feel About Inequality?

Occupy Wall Street celebrates its first birthday today, but the movement's failure to articulate a program has allowed the traditional political parties to dominate the debate over inequality -- which, research shows, is a question Americans are very open to considering.

Bill Clinton's Prescription for the U.S. Economy

Former President Bill Clinton offered up some wide-ranging prescriptions for curing the nation's ailing economy in a speech at the National Retail Federation's annual convention Monday, from investing in new sectors for job growth to cutting taxes on business.

OWS Prepares to Occupy Martin Luther King Jr. Day

It's been a rough few months for the social justice activists of Occupy Wall Street. But on Sunday and Monday, the movement will take to the streets again to honor one of America's most famous protesters: Dr. Martin Luther King.