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What should be done about the growing gap between the haves and the have-nots?
Our access to global trade goods resembles the Melanesian cargo cult, without the rituals
Study says 30 percent of companies with the highest penalties for federal labor law violations were federal contractors
Julia Cooley is a 33-year-old homeless mother who writes about her struggles to create a stable life for her son.
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Researchers say half of all renters spend more than 30 percent of income on rent; a quarter spend more than half
Legality of 'card-check neutrality' remains unresolved after Court issues one-line opinion in Mulhall case
Many service jobs used to be performed in homes of the wealthy, with better benefits
Blame interest-rate swaps, not retirees, for the Motor City’s downfall
If passed, rule to curb risk at banks would be one of the biggest regulatory changes to hit Wall Street in years
16th century art is surrounded by 21st century innovation at the Kimbell Museum in Fort Worth
Most U.S. servicemembers who said they suffered unwanted sexual contact in 2012 were men. Lori Jane Gliha reports.