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.
A new CAP issue brief discusses how conservatives with an austerity agenda make it difficult for judges who rule in favor of equal funding for education.
Economic research illustrates that our safety net reduces poverty and promotes mobility.
A new CAP issue brief looks at how Turkey’s upcoming elections will shape its future relationships with the United States and European Union.
Our response to the Ukraine crisis should include sanctions against Russia and support for Ukraine.
Hobby Lobby has the potential to redefine religious liberty to promote discrimination and unfair advantages in the corporate world.
Although Race to the Top states have made strong progress since the start of the program in 2010, many have a lot of work to do to meet their commitments.
We need to address climate change–and its environmental, economic, and national security implications–in the Arctic.
New carbon-pollution safeguards are essential if we want to protect our health and economy.
Targeted efforts can help us break the vicious cycle of child marriage.
A new CAP issue brief explores what Putin learned from his role as Russian national security advisor in the 1999 Kosovo war.
A new CAP report looks at the key economic and diplomatic tools we have to support international law and impose a cost on Russia for its invasion of Ukraine.
Progressives are making another compromise with the current spending cap.
We need to develop the international relations and domestic foundations to make trade work for America and global middle classes.
Given Arizona’s 2010 passage of the anti-immigrant S.B. 1070 and the significant backlash it faced, Gov. Jan Brewer’s recent veto of S.B. 1062 may indicate that the state is moving in a positive direction on LGBT and immigrant rights.