The United States needs to invest more in and improve access to preschool in order to build a globally competitive workforce.
Federal courts serve as a last resort in striking a balance between security and civil liberties.
Current vacancies must be filled with judges who enforce laws that protect the environment.
Same-sex couples and their children will have increased access to affordable health insurance coverage under key provisions of the Affordable Care Act.
A new CAP report looks at how global carbon markets could help increase the international community's ambition in the fight against climate change.
A new CAP issue brief highlights the high federal costs of extreme weather due to climate change.
The United States needs to work with its allies and regional partners to do more about issues regarding Syria, including the Assad regime's likely use of chemical weapons.
A new CAP issue brief looks at why it's important for the executive branch to use its authority to curb greenhouse-gas emissions from federal projects.
Policymakers can help the middle class in a variety of ways that won't cost taxpayers any money.
A new CAP issue brief highlights the role of faith groups in gun-violence prevention.
Moving from credit hours to a competency-based model of measuring student achievement will have many benefits for students when they begin to look for employment.
A new CAP issue brief offers a proposal to advance President Barack Obama's new infrastructure initiatives and investment goals in the context of the varied risks of climate change.
The Senate's recent comprehensive immigration bill goes a long way toward fixing our broken immigration system.
A new CAP issue brief discusses how we can reduce our reliance on landfills and curb greenhouse gas emissions through recycling, composting, and energy-from-waste facilities.
Only by embracing women's rights and the equality of all of its people can Egypt build a truly democratic future.