A little-known tax incentive could provide important investment to areas that haven't yet recovered from the Great Recession, but the incentives don't come without risks.
Regardless of whether states embrace or resist the new tax law, they could lose an opportunity to help thousands of children attend college.
In states like North Carolina, splitting up county-wide school systems often results in unequal access to resources separated down racial lines.
The tax reform legislation will simply place more burden on an already overtaxed agency.
Phase One: Blow up the deficit. Phase Two: Use austerity to justify shredding the safety net.
Secretary of the Treasury Steve Mnuchin has failed to fulfill a promise to release the department's analysis of the Republican tax plan.
The GOP tax plan won't just shift wealth upward—it'll also remove the educational tools that make it possible for people to shift their own class status.
Economist Gary Hufbauer explains what Congress' proposed tax reform legislation would mean for American businesses.
Paying for an education is already a difficult, if not impossible, task for many students. The republican tax bill won't provide any relief.
It's unclear how the GOP will bridge the gap between the two chambers' plans.
President Trump promised that he would end the carried interest loophole, but the most recent Republican tax reform bill leaves it intact.
It tells us a lot—none of it particularly good—about how she approaches her job as press secretary.
Trump's tax plan includes cuts for the wealthiest Americans.
With crowdfunding, even though lots of people can make a big difference, it still tends to be people with money to give who will be the ones giving it.