A ruined view following a wildfire affects property values, but only because it's a painful reminder of risk, economists find.
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Across the globe, beef consumption is seeing rapid growth, fed by cheap imports and served by an industrialized agricultural global trade model that's been linked to a host of environmental impacts, climate change chief among them.
A new report finds that expanding the Earned Income Tax Credit by 10 percent would lead to increases in after-tax income for middle-class Americans.
Even if you ignore the obvious moral necessity for the government to assist Puerto Rico, the government should not ignore its economic and military necessity.
A lesson for public officials courting Amazon.
A new report from the Kaiser Family Foundation sheds light on the Trump administration's funding cuts to ACA navigator groups.
How critical disaster studies can teach us what went wrong in Puerto Rico.
Trump's tax plan includes cuts for the wealthiest Americans.
But it's got everything to do with xenophobia.
Three new studies suggest racial economic inequality remains robust, despite the skewed views of many Americans.
Twenty-four states saw their poverty rate decline in 2016.
The economy continues its long recovery from the Great Recession.
Even after the nation's recent nuclear test, international powers appear at odds over whether sanctions are an effective deterrent.
For decades, the two communities have worked hand-in-hand on a range of issues—and now they're both under fire from the White House.