Years after the U.S. supposedly emerged from the Great Recession, indicators continue to show that middle-class wages are slipping. Congress and corporations need to take the issue seriously.
Teamsters are part of huge coalition calling for significant changes to old fast-track model to ensure U.S. workers don't pay for future trade deals with their jobs.
A million signatures in favor of corporate political spending disclosure should make it clear to the SEC that the public's voice should be heard, not squelched by big business.
It's getting harder and harder to eat healthy in America. While some can't afford fruits and vegetable, the diets of others could be negatively effected by trade deals like the TPP that would allow unsafe meats and seafood to reach our tables.
Capitalism needs a check up when billionaire businesses are getting tax breaks while full-time workers are struggling to get by. Policymakers need to figure it out, fast.
Standard & Poor's is the latest to recognize reality -- American workers are falling behind. But when is someone going to do something about it?
It's been five years since the federal minimum wage was raised by Congress. Workers deserve a raise today now more than ever.
A few in big business are beginning to see the light -- that income inequality is a problem for America that can affect a company's bottom line.