The U.N. climate talks in Warsaw, Poland, ended with a foundation for a global climate agreement by 2015.
A new CAP issue brief illustrates how paid family leave upholds the value of caregiving, fights injustice, and helps American families.
If policymakers expand apprenticeships in the United States, they can create pathways to well-paying middle-class jobs for young Americans and help businesses meet the need for skilled workers.
If we fix the sequester to account for the debt reduction in the fiscal cliff deal, we will set ourselves on the path to a stable federal budget and strong economic recovery.
A new CAP report explains why reforms to our immigration system need to include protections for LGBT immigrants, who are particularly vulnerable to abuse and mistreatment in immigration detention.
A new CAP report highlights four key factors that will make sequestration even worse next year.
We need to offer a clearer choice about the future of our bilateral relationship with Egypt.
The fishing industry can help Congress promote healthier ocean and coastal economies in a major way.
A new CAP issue brief looks at the U.N. climate negotiations in Warsaw, Poland.
We need innovation and flexibility in school finance to ensure the most bang for our education buck.
We need to invest in our growing communities of color today if we want to lay the groundwork for America’s future success and broadly shared prosperity.
A new CAP issue brief discusses how to address the threat that voluntary exemptions from childhood vaccinations pose to Americans’ public health.
The recent fiscal antics in Congress have led to caution and perhaps even stagnation in American business.
According to a new OECD report, the United States is failing to ensure that adults are keeping pace with the increasing need for the basic and advanced skills that today’s middle-class jobs require.
Immigrants play a key role in U.S. military readiness.