Unions are pushing back, and gaining momentum
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The number of strikes rose nearly 50% in the last two years. We explain why. Plus, the rich got richer, and authentic Native designs take on knockoffs.
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Cornell University counted almost 400 strikes last year, following decades of declining union membership. Here's why labor action is becoming more common.
Two-thirds of the $42 trillion in new wealth went to the wealthiest 1%, says a new report from Oxfam. The group also says tax policy can change that.
Emily Stewart of Vox explains how web tactics like countdown clocks and inventory trackers can create a false sense of urgency for consumers.
In Juneau, Rico and Crystal Worl draw from their Tlingit and Athabascan heritage to create designs for everyday items like playing cards.