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.
A new CAP column explains everything you need to know about the debt limit, from what it is to who is responsible for raising it.
A new CAP issue brief details the numerous ways in which the state of Florida practices racial profiling.
A new CAP issue brief explains what is likely to happen if the United States defaults on its debt.
House Republicans’ current approach to funding the government—small, targeted appropriations for a select group of functions—is both impractical and irresponsible.
Faith-based providers and the government are working together to make sure that more Americans can access health care under the Affordable Care Act.
The TRUST Act makes public safety the touchstone for limits on state collaboration with federal immigration authorities.
Consider what our jobs numbers may have very well looked like had federal and state governments not adopted policies of fiscal austerity.
Our national parks and public lands have suffered drastic budget cuts, seasonal closures, and more since the Tea Party took over the House of Representatives.
A new CAP issue brief discusses why giant retailer Hobby Lobby does not have the right to avoid compliance with the Affordable Care Act on the grounds of religious freedom.
A new CAP issue brief considers the implications that an upcoming Supreme Court ruling could have on religion in the public sphere.
The Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed carbon-pollution standards for future power plants give us a way to reach cleaner coal-powered electricity.
LGBT youth continue to be disproportionately represented in our homeless youth population; their experiences continue to be characterized by poor health, violence, discrimination, and unmet needs.
Prime Minister Singh and President Obama will meet for the third official U.S.-India state visit today to discuss ideas to deepen the U.S.-India partnership and fulfill unmet expectations.