Chris Hayes talks with economist Gabriel Zucman about whether a wealth tax could help reduce the vast income and wealth inequality in the country. Could a wealth tax help reduce the vast income and wealth
Elizabeth Warren confronted by Iowa dad over student loan plan, saying people paying for tuition would get ...
An angry father confronted Sen. Elizabeth Warren those who responsibly saved to pay for student loans themselves would get “screwed” under her student debt cancellation plan. "I just wanted to ask one
Independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders’ proposal to tax the assets of the nation’s wealthiest individuals would reduce economic growth more than a plan unveiled by his rival for the 2020 Democratic nomination
At the Tax Policy Center’s conference on inequality and taxes last week, there was little disagreement about one conclusion: Wealth inequality in the US is a big and growing problem. But there was no among
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., said that "no one ever makes a billion dollars. You take a billion dollars" during a Martin Luther King Jr. Day discussion with author Ta-Nehisi Coates on Monday.
Elizabeth Warren took aim at Michael Bloomberg over the 45-day extension he received for filing a personal financial disclosure report with the Federal Election Committee, saying voters will not know her
It’s perfectly obvious that the New York Times copped out when it comes to backing a Democratic candidate. The more interesting question is why. The editorial board, seemingly unable to settle on one endorsed
“Extreme wealth is a sign of a failing economic system,” says a new Oxfam report on global inequality. In a stark reminder of gaping global inequality, a report published Sunday reveals that 162 billionaires,