Despite initially being presented as a means to help those hardest hit by the economy, it seems more money is going into the wealthier areas across the nation than poorest. Why can't government ever get it right?
As far as consumer spending goes, the higher you are the economic totem pole the better you’re doing. Has this trend trickled down to middle class and lower-earning consumers or is it just another sign of the growing wealth gap?
Despite the state being marred in debt with high unemployment running rampant, Los Angeles County has reduced its homelessness by nearly 40%. How did they do it and what can other cities fighting chronic homelessness learn from LA?