SuperShuttle: A job or a business?

By Emma Schwartz

Many SuperShuttle drivers struggle for paycheck.

SLIDESHOW: A day in the life of a SuperShuttle driver

By iWatch News

Reporter Emma Schwartz documented a typical workday for SuperShuttle driver Okieriete Enajekpo.

On-call employment: Good for business, bad for workers

By Joe Eaton

Call-in shifts are good for business but bad for workers.

FedEx fails to deliver for drivers

By Amy Biegelsen

FedEx drivers are part of the ever-blurring line between employees and contractors.

Raging against the foreclosure machine

Automated foreclosure process creates errors, stifles modifications and enrages helpless homeowners

Tax gift to the rich

By John Aloysius Farrell

How one loophole helps some wealthy Americans pay less taxes

Senate committee finds most 'trapped' offshore income is already in U.S.

By John Aloysius Farrell

Senate committee finds most 'trapped' offshore income from Google, Microsoft already in U.S.

Obama channels Roosevelt, seeks "fair shot" for Americans struggling in tough economy

By John Aloysius Farrell

Obama says big banks and Washington work against average citizens

Pain persists for the jobless, like the unemployed father who removed his son's braces with a pliers

By John Aloysius Farrell

Jobless rate improves but suffering continues for the working poor

As they lobby for a tax holiday, some big multinational players say they've got plenty of cash on hand

By John Aloysius Farrell and Aaron Mehta

Big corporations seeking tax holiday are sitting on billions in U.S.

Bill sponsors get big campaign donations from corporations that want tax holiday

By Aaron Mehta

Companies seeking a tax holiday have given almost $1 million to bill sponsors

8 in 10 unemployed Americans say they'd take any job they can get

By John Aloysius Farrell

Jobless Americans still believe you can work hard and get rich

How candidates' tax plans would affect one struggling family

By Amy Biegelsen and John Aloysius Farrell

Republican presidential candidates' ambitious tax plans don't help working class

Wealthy corporations with a trillion dollars stashed offshore lobby for a 'holiday' from U.S. taxes

By John Aloysius Farrell and Aaron Mehta

Wealthy corporations are lobbying for a tax holiday for a trillion dollars stashed offshore

A People's History of the Great Recession

By John Aloysius Farrell

The Huffington Post's Arthur Delaney gets economically stressed Americans to tell their stories

How Wall Street and Washington broke faith with working families

By John Aloysius Farrell

New Census poverty statistics underscore how working families have been left behind