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By PBS NewsHour
In "Capital," French economist Thomas Piketty explores how wealth and the income derived from it magnifies the problems of inequality. Gwen Ifill gets debate on his data and conclusions from Heather Boushey of Washington Center for Equitable Growth and Kevin…
On a recent U.S. press tour for his bestselling book "Capital," French economist Thomas Piketty spoke to standing-room-only crowds about his examination of growing, global economic inequality. Economics correspondent Paul Solman interviews Piketty for his take on why inequality of…
Manufacturing excellence is one of four economic forces that sets the U.S. economy apart from the rest of the world.
By Joel Kurtzman
The March on Washington at 50: What is its Relevance Today?…
Flash Mob Uses Chalk and Canvas to Protest Gun Violence…
Suicide bombers struck Thursday in the heart of Syria's capital of Damascus, killing at least 55 people and wounding at least 370. Jeffrey Brown and NPR's Kelly McEvers, reporting from Beirut, discuss the finger pointing over who's behind the attacks…
Judy Woodruff discusses the dysfunctional behavior in the nation's capital and what can be done to fix the polarization problems with Thomas Mann and Norman Ornstein, authors of the new book "It's Even Worse Than It Looks: How the American…
'Colorful Realm,' 18th Century Japanese Silk Paintings Make Rare U.S. Appearance…
'The Hunger Games' Phenomenon: Examining Film's Buzz, 'Insane' Marketing…
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