Paul Kiel

ProPublica

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Paul Kiel is a reporter for ProPublica and a former Deputy Editor of the liberal blog, TalkingPointsMemo.com

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The Republican tax bill offers most American taxpayers a cut in the short-term.

New tax bill, old inequalities

The Republican tax bill offers most American taxpayers a cut in the short-term.

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Four years after the  Toxic Asset Relief Program , America's twelve biggest banks are bigger than ever — and still protected by the guarantee of taxpayer money.

Is the Bank Bailout Still Going On?

Four years after the Toxic Asset Relief Program , America's twelve biggest banks are bigger than ever — and still protected by the guarantee of taxpayer money.

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In the aftermath of the housing market collapse and the sub-prime mortgage scandal, President Obama promised help for millions of homeowners trying to avoid foreclosures.  That hasn't…

Homeownership and the Fading American Dream

In the aftermath of the housing market collapse and the sub-prime mortgage scandal, President Obama promised help for millions of homeowners trying to avoid foreclosures.  That hasn't…

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