It's much easier to direct moral judgment to people who have been categorically written off.
The purchasing power of minimum-wage workers' paychecks has been eroding.
The labor force participation rate for the prime working-age population has been declining.
The economic fact that increasing the minimum wage reduces poverty is now indisputable.
The notion that port truckdrivers are independent contractors is pure fiction.
Limits on the right to organize ensures home care jobs will remain poverty-wage jobs.
The court's decision may have a devastating impact on hundreds of thousands of home care workers.
Today, the court stood up for the forgotten, those who take care of their loved ones who cannot take care of themselves.
New research from the Center for Economic and Policy Research shows how much of a boost unions give to working women's pay, benefits and workplace flexibility.
Tomorrow, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) will host another hearing on the U.S. War on Poverty. It is unlikely to generate any meaningful solutions to the economic insecurity of America's low-income families. But Ryan's is not the only conversation on...