A new CAP column shares the top five reasons that Millennials should fight to strengthen—not cut—Social Security.
A new CAP report discusses the sexual assault problem in the military and offers key reform goals to combat it.
USAID can greatly increase its partnerships with local institutions and build support for procurement reform within our development community if it better defines the rationale behind the reform, increases transparency, and uses current mechanisms to expand its partner base.
A majority of Americans support protecting LGBT Americans from workplace discrimination.
Calls to delay the individual mandate for a year due to technical issues with the rollout of the Affordable Care Act are both unnecessary and harmful.
A new CAP report shows that communities of color are still struggling to catch up with whites on many economic indicators.
By failing to enact policies to curb U.S. emissions of heat-trapping pollution, Congress is imposing a costly unfunded mandate on Americans.
The CAP Housing Team provides four fact sheets to explain the current role of the federal government in housing finance, recommend core principles for reform, and provide information on technical issues.
A new CAP report examines the progress made and the unique challenges remaining for women of color in America.
The president of the National Education Association says the salary schedules school districts have traditionally used to pay teachers no longer work, and they should be replaced with a system that recognizes teacher effectiveness.
The Affordable Care Act’s premiums are lower than expected; they will save $190 billion.
On the whole, Americans believe that there are more benefits to our country’s rising diversity than costs.
A new CAP report explains how rebuilding our economy from the middle out will ensure that it works for Millennials.
We can create a stronger financial system by leveraging cities and employers, improving transparency, providing consistent regulations, and building public options.
Now that the government shutdown is behind us, it’s time to focus on reversing damaging austerity policies and investing in economic growth.