A new CAP issue brief illustrates how the Affordable Care Act helps more young adults get affordable health care coverage.
A new CAP issue brief examines the economic benefits of granting a pathway to legal status and citizenship to undocumented immigrants in 24 states.
Those in Washington who are centering the Libya debate on the Obama administration’s old talking points fail to understand the real issues that need to be addressed in the country.
A new CAP report details the successes of Shanghai’s public schools.
A new CAP report finds that corporate campaign cash is influencing judges in state supreme courts to rule against those injured or wronged by employers and businesses.
A new CAP issue brief explores press freedom and freedom of expression in Turkey.
A new CAP issue brief illustrates why we can still make progress toward stronger gun laws.
A new CAP issue brief highlights what Congress can do to prevent guns from ending up in the hands of domestic abusers and stalkers.
The United States needs to recognize the complexity of Syria’s civil war in its approach to the conflict.
A new CAP issue illustrates why child care and preschool are important for working mothers.
FAFSA will soon start recognizing same-sex parents on financial aid applications.
Big Oil is enjoying huge profits and tax breaks despite severe sequestration cuts to many middle-class programs.
A new CAP issue brief discusses how we are taking action to put an end to discrimination based on gender identity in health insurance—and why this action makes sense.
The United States needs to invest more in and improve access to preschool in order to build a globally competitive workforce.
Same-sex couples and their children will have increased access to affordable health insurance coverage under key provisions of the Affordable Care Act.