Michelle Esquenazi owns one of the largest bail bond agencies in New York state. BuzzFeed News explores her controversial line of work, in which she tells people, “you are walking money. I own your body.”
Kai took us on a tour of his neighborhood to show us just how much it has changed in the few years since his family was evicted.
Wealth inequality in America is at record levels and minorities are being hit particularly hard, a new study shows.
The sit-down protest was the first of its kind by members of OUR Walmart, a group seeking better working conditions and pay for workers. A Walmart spokesman said the union-supported protest does not reflect the views of its other workers.
A new report from the anti-poverty charity Oxfam says wealth inequality is on the rise around the world.
New data from Harvard shows that millions of Americans are paying an “excessive” amount of their incomes on housing, but burdens vary widely by city.
A couple months after saying he’s “hugely impressed” by Pope Francis, Obama gives the pontiff a shout-out in an economic address.
This week for BuzzReads, Kathleen McLaughlin profiles an elderly activist who battled the Chinese government to expose the truth behind one of the country’s largest AIDS outbreaks. Read that, and these other great stories from around BuzzFeed and the web.
Time to move. Unless you live in Indianapolis already.