A look at how minimum wages across Western economies compare with the US.
The IMF looks at the factors keeping US core inflation low.
The link between falling productivity growth and the Great Recession isn't clear, but this new research offers some clues.
Martin Feldstein, Professor of Economics at Harvard University, looks at levels of US federal government debt.
14% of Americans rely on food stamps, but many live long distances from supermarkets. Could the internet provide a solution?
In a recent speech Jason Furman, chair of the President’s Council of Economic Advisers, discussed the opportunities and challenges of AI.
New data from the US Department of Education compares the spending increases on prisons and education over the last quarter of a century.
This is why you might be wrong about modern US college students.
New research from the Pew Research Center looks at the countries of origin of recent refugees to the US.
Using data from the Economic Policy Institute, this map highlights the extent of US inequality.
This is the sheer scale of the US economy.
Labour force participation among men ages 25-54 in the US has been falling for more than six decades.
The middle-income class is hollowing out, and it's hurting US economic growth.
A new report says that 11.5 million of the 11.6 million jobs in the US created during the post-2008 recovery went to workers with at least some college education.
36 percent of Americans either personally own a gun or live with someone who does, according to a new poll.