A new CAP issue brief illustrates that providing citizenship to the nation’s undocumented immigrants is essential to ensuring future electoral strength.
President Barack Obama’s budget for fiscal year 2014 is an attempt to reach a compromise with conservative leaders in Congress.
A new CAP issue brief illustrates how federal investment can help increase the reach and quality of preschool programs.
A new CAP issue brief sheds light on the fact that working women of color earn disproportionally less than both other women and men.
A new CAP issue brief illustrates the many costs of the country’s high rate of youth unemployment.
The recent actions of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and his country’s army are causing great tension between the Korean peninsula and the United States, China, Japan, the Republic of Korea, and the United Nations.
A new CAP report aims to show how the promotion of inclusive capitalism can improve our economy and benefit workers.
A new CAP analysis suggests that there is a relationship between weak state gun laws and high levels of gun violence.
The House Republican budget cuts to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program could affect up to 13 million people and cost the economy hundreds of thousands of jobs.
Many lives could be saved if states that are currently opposed to expanding their Medicaid programs agree to do so.
A new CAP report illustrates how pension funds can be used to build our infrastructure and help our economy.
A new CAP issue brief takes a look at how polling has—and has not—managed to capture Americans’ true attitudes about guns.
A recent CAP report takes an updated look at the landscape of assisted reproductive technologies.
In just the three years since its passage, the Affordable Care Act has already had many positive impacts on health care.
A new CAP report explains why comprehensive management of household risk exposure should be an integral part of U.S. savings policies.