By Bryce Covert on April 11, 2014
A new campaign focuses on improving conditions for domestic workers by targeting the people who employ them.
If Walmart paid its employees enough that they no longer qualified for food stamps, prices would rise by less than 2 percent.
By Bryce Covert on April 10, 2014
A city in Sweden is running a real life experiment to see if working shorter hours leads to more efficiency and lower costs.
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State lawmakers are eating only what they can buy with $42 in a week, comparable to what minimum wage workers go through.
By Alan Pyke on April 10, 2014
The average college savings balance rose by 30 percent for all families despite falling by 26 percent for low-income ones.
By Alan Pyke on April 9, 2014
The housing industry's unaccountable middle men neglect foreclosed homes in communities of color while maintaining those in white neighborhoods.
By Sarah Ayres, Guest Contributor on April 9, 2014
A new bill aims to make apprenticeships as popular here as they are in the rest of the world.
By Bryce Covert on April 9, 2014
Republicans stood in lockstep against the Paycheck Fairness Act but have yet to offer many alternatives.
A growing share of stay-at-home mothers live in poverty, can't find jobs, and are single.
By Mike Rivera on April 8, 2014
Despite a press release saying he is in favor of equal pay, Steve Pearce (R-NM) has either voted against or abstained from voting on any equal pay measures in the House.