The latest news on poverty
Voters see inequality as a big problem, but they don’t want government to do much about it.
D.C. had the highest rate of out-of-wedlock births in 2011, Utah the lowest.
Congress should approve the reforms, but only if they protect the independence of the food aid budget.
Political leaders of both parties must confront the problem of poverty, which cries out for bipartisan solutions.
The top-ranked public high schools are very diverse in their student enrollments and locations.
Wealth is becoming harder to attain—especially for those starting out with none.
It remains to be seen whether Venezuela will now change course and return to democratic pluralism and a free market economic system.
A viral video has everyone talking about the 1 percent again, but is inequality really hurting anyone?
Only job gains from stronger economic growth can solve the problem of poverty.
We must address poverty and inequality if we hope to curb America's violence problem.