While local government is far from the only entity that has power to reduce homelessness, there’s actually quite a bit it can do.
Millions of low-wage workers all around the country got a welcome gift for the new year: an increase in the minimum wage.
About 73 percent of U.S. adults believe they’d be more productive in their job if they worked four days a week instead of five, according to exclusive polling data from the Harris Poll.
Is this the dawn of the union movement remaking and revitalizing itself? Or is the union movement seeing some high-profile PR victories amid a larger state of decline?
To build its seven new World Cup stadiums, Qatar relied heavily on the labor of migrant workers. Most of those laborers worked low wages and likely cannot afford to attend the event.