A new CAP report discusses New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s unprecedented effort to ensure that the state supreme court rules the way he wants.
A new CAP report addresses voter suppression tactics and details the power of the Voting Rights Act to combat them.
If we redesign schools so that they have significantly more time for student learning and teacher development and collaboration, they will be better able to meet the challenges of Common Core implementation.
The president’s MyRA plan is a start, but Congress needs to do more to help Americans save for retirement.
Lifting the ban on crude oil exports could threaten our energy security and raise our gasoline prices.
Without investing in resilience programs, cities affected by the rise in extreme weather events will suffer economic hardship.
The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute should rapidly increase investment in comparative effectiveness research.
Big Oil’s inflated job numbers do not justify its longstanding tax breaks.
The president should immediately suspend the bulk collection of our call records.
Despite recent reforms, teachers have reported that they are largely satisfied in their jobs.
New York is the latest on a growing list of state and municipal governments to establish green banks.
We need to alleviate student-loan debt and make sure that all Americans have the opportunity to succeed in higher education.
LGBT Americans experience disproportionately high rates of unemployment and poverty.
Employers should not be allowed to decide whether their female employees have access to contraceptive care.
It would be unprecedented and unwise for Congress to allow unemployment insurance to expire while long-term unemployment is this high.