"Can we have just a little fairness here?" asks an annoyed senator after being told the rich will flee (even though many nations have wealth taxes and high rates).
We’re isolated. We’re anxious. We’re in mourning. And some of us are incredibly fortunate.
Her presidential campaign is over, but she is winning the war for ideas.
Meanwhile, billionaires and income inequality have become key topics in the 2020 presidential race.
Even as more Americans have jobs, many of these pay low wages, making it hard for families to get by.
The feud between Warren and economist Larry Summers is a reckoning with the Democratic Party's relationship with the super-rich.
The Vermont senator would increase taxes on companies where CEOs earn more than 50 times the median worker.
The Census report found that 27.5 million people, 8.5% of the population, lacked health insurance coverage in 2018.
Black Women's Equal Pay Day is a reminder of the impact of race and gender on income inequality.
"There is clearly a stark income inequality in this country," the Fox News host told the White House chief economic adviser.