The leap in their fortunes is thanks to the Trump tax cuts and lower interest rates.
Why Democrats have no good answer for a gotcha question about taxes.
Only half of earners today make more than their parents did.
“I know I’m always referred to as 'Middle-Class Joe,'” the former vice president has said like 500 times.
Trump’s staffers are worried that no one believes them or the president any more. Seriously.
The president seems to want a do-over of his last tax bill.
It's not just billionaires who are benefitting from runaway inequality.
Workers are the very people who produce the profits on which capitalism depends.
In 38 states, a larger share of households were “middle class” — defined as earning between two-thirds and twice the state’s
“Let's pass tax reform that permanently benefits all middle-income and working-class families without giving tax breaks to the top 1 percent," he said.