Newly appointed NOAA Administrator Kathryn Sullivan faces significant challenges.
If we raised the minimum wage to $10.10 per hour, we would lower government spending on federal nutrition assistance by $46 billion over the next 10 years.
Policymakers need to understand the complexity and diversity within the Asian American community when considering how to address economic inequality.
Research suggests that harsh discipline policies at schools foster hostile climates, pushing LGBT youth out of schools and disproportionately pipelining them into the juvenile justice system.
A new CAP report discusses how the Employment Non-Discrimination Act and other common-sense measures to prevent workplace discrimination could benefit more than 1 million service members and veterans.
Congressional failure to address the impending shortfall in the Highway Trust Fund will mean a substantial cut to highway and public transportation programs during the heart of construction season.
The burden of gun violence falls disproportionately on young people.
A distinguished group of American and Chinese experts convened last September for a high-level track II dialogue to discuss a new model for the U.S.-China relationship.
Our national park system needs to be more inclusive and reflect the diversity of our nation.
To protect communities from extreme weather, Congress needs to invest in President Obama’s Climate Resilience Fund.
Changing how we invest in our nation’s infrastructure will strengthen both it and our economy in the face of extreme weather.
A new CAP report discusses how best to address metropolitan congestion.
We can address the growing technological gap in schools by modernizing the E-rate program.
The Employment Non-Discrimination Act and comprehensive immigration reform are good for workers, business, and the economy.
A new CAP issue brief illustrates the need to support caregivers through paid family leave and flexible hours.