There is plenty of time this year for the House of Representatives to pass immigration reform.
Offshore corporate profits need to be taxed, not "repatriated."
A major new study of public attitudes about poverty, work, and economic opportunity reveals that many Americans still suffer from economic hardship and desire new efforts to provide low-income families with good-paying jobs, greater access to education, and more-supportive communities in which to raise their children.
On the 50th anniversary of the War on Poverty, it’s time to apply the lessons learned to today’s economic and social challenges in order to usher in a new era of shared prosperity.
Recent cuts to the child care subsidy system are forcing parents and providers to make difficult choices.
As chair of the Senate Finance Committee, Sen. Ron Wyden would have a great opportunity to reform the tax code.
Emerging education reforms show promise for increasing program completion, reducing costs, and improving quality.
A smarter approach to land management is currently within reach.
While the Murray-Ryan budget deal does not eliminate the challenges that the Department of Defense faces from sequestration, it does provide an opportunity to reduce defense spending responsibly.
A new CAP issue brief takes a look at the gun debate one year after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Despite some unfortunate concessions made to appease conservatives, the Murray-Ryan budget deal is a net-positive step for the country.
A new CAP report illustrates why paid parental leave is important to families' economic well-being.
A new CAP report illustrates how the United States can take a leading role in the 21st century green industrial transformation.
A new CAP issue brief illustrates the necessity of Complete Streets to a balanced transportation system, as they expand personal mobility through designs that are both safe and accommodating for all users regardless of age, income, or ability level.
A new CAP issue brief outlines three new CAP reports that debunk trickle-down economics.