According to David Cay Johnston, “people...will see that Trump “has the lifestyle of a billionaire, but he doesn’t have any kind of wealth.”
Candidates generally avoid talking about new taxes without tying them closely to new programs, and even then they mostly emphasize how limited the taxes will be. But this year three of the Democratic Party’s leading ...
The richest 400 Americans have seen their wealth triple since the 1980s, while the wealth of much of the U.S. population has stagnated.
Amazon's drawn-out search for another command post to rival the home base in Seattle appears to have been a stunt.
Prosecutors asked to probe dutch middlemen washing billions in dirty Kazakh cash for real estate deals in US and Europe.
Chief Justice John Roberts halted a federal judge’s order that invalidated a Federal Election Commission regulation that has allowed donors to dark-money groups to be anonymous.
Thanks to a good-government group, you can now find out about nearly $763 million in donations to these “dark money” organizations.
The swamp monster who Donald Trump chose as Treasury secretary has a plan to save the richest of the rich billions and billions in taxes – and without any vote by Congress, either.
With the prosperity came a crisis of homelessness and crushing housing prices for those with moderate incomes.
The mortgages looked like easy money but were actually booby-trapped contracts loaded with high fees and exploding interest charges. They often transformed what could have been manageable setbacks into foreclosures.
The international humanitarian group Doctors Without Borders issued a stinging rebuke of Trump's plan to address prescription drug costs by pandering to the pharmaceutical industry.