A new CAP series features the most comprehensive research and analysis available for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, the fastest-growing demographic in the nation.
With a minimum wage of $10.10 per hour, blacks, Hispanics, and Asians would see a $16.1 billion total wage increase.
The best chance for enduring peace in Ukraine rests in transparent and inclusive constitutional reform.
A new CAP column explains why immigration reform would lead to significantly more tax revenues.
A new CAP report looks at the challenges and opportunities of the Common Core State Standards.
The Obama administration must take more action to reduce methane emissions that contribute to climate change.
A new CAP issue brief discusses how better disclosure of retirement fees will help boost retirement savings.
Policymakers need to make sure that all students have access to the education they deserve.
If we restore degraded coastal ecosystems, we can get economic returns above and beyond economic stimulus and short-term job creation.
The Obama administration’s desire to sell coal leases is at odds with its climate program.
Labor-market statistics show a need for action from policymakers.
The recent Supreme Court ruling in McCutcheon v. FEC will allow the wealthiest Americans even more influence over politicians, including elected judges.
The fiscal year 2015 Ryan budget once again puts millionaires, big corporations, and Big Oil ahead of communities of color.
A new CAP report looks at intra-Islamist debates about political change and the battle of ideas against North Africa’s violent extremism.
For the past three years, the Ryan budget has cut middle-class investments and the social safety net in favor of tax breaks for millionaires, corporations, and Big Oil.