by Bryce Covert Jul 27, 2016
Donald Trump has changed his positions on the minimum wage throughout the campaign, but not in such quick succession.
by Alan Pyke Jul 27, 2016
Federal contracts are very lucrative for corporations who win them, but too often screw over the workers who actually perform the services taxpayers are buying.
by Bryce Covert Jul 26, 2016
Marissa Mayer said she is "gender oblivious" and not a feminist. But after a rocky tenure at Yahoo, she may be changing her tune.
by Alan Pyke Jul 26, 2016
The bad news is Ohio's medical marijuana law contains an unconstitutional provision. The good news is lawmakers bothered trying to address systemic racism at all.
by Bryce Covert Jul 25, 2016
A tired line of attack is being repurposed in an attempt to cast doubt on sexual harassment allegations against Roger Ailes.
by Casey Quinlan Jul 25, 2016
Hillary Clinton said we need more community schools. Here's what they are and why we're talking about them now.
Philadelphia's decision about what to do with its homeless population during the Democratic National Convention looks very different than how other cities have handled crowds.
by Bryce Covert Jul 22, 2016
The Fox hosts who have been publicly defending Roger Ailes against sexual harassment charges may have been coordinated by Ailes himself.
by Alice Ollstein Jul 21, 2016
"We've all heard Mr. Trump's appeals to working people. But it's a ruse."
by Bryce Covert Jul 21, 2016
The boasts Pence made -- record-setting tax cuts, a growing labor force, a healthy state economy -- don't look that impressive when put in context.