Interactive The Center for American Progress compiled its own bracket for March Madness on the worst conservative legislation in the last year. Help us a pick a winner.
Video A panel from the American Idea Conference examines the idea that the core values enshrined in the U.S. Constitution are the same values that have made America exceptional since its founding.
Think Progress's Faiz Shakir and Occupy DC's Ali Savino examined the achievements of the Occupy protests so far and how the future of the movement could play out at a Progressivism on Tap event.
Georgetown professor and author Michael Kazin discussed the challenges and accomplishments of the American left at the first event of Progressivism on Tap's eighth season.
Video CAP recently held a conference to define a progressive vision for American by examining the core American ideas and values that have catalyzed progress and innovation in our country.
Bill Clinton announced his run for the presidency 20 years ago this week. John D. Podesta totals up the progressive accomplishments of the 1990s, their costly reversal in the next decade, and the Obama administration’s efforts to get back on track.
Joy Moses examines the everyday experiences of domestic help in the South in the 1960s told in the movie “The Help” and by chroniclers of those workers today.
Lawrence Mishel explained a progressive approach to strengthening the economy and reducing the deficit at a Progressivism on Tap spring series.
Tom Malinowski and Brian Katulis spoke at Progressivism on Tap about the uprisings in the Middle East and the Obama administration's response.
Report A series of reports about the progressives response to demographic change throughout Europe, Australia, and the United States.
Amy Dacey of EMILY’s List discussed the need to get more qualified women to run for office as part of CAP’s Progressivism on Tap series.
CAP Senior Fellow Joe Romm discusses the Obama administration's clean energy policies at a Progressivism on Tap event.
Report Ruy Teixeira and John Halpin examine several core assumptions that broadly define a progressive approach to economics in terms of theory, values, and practice.
Scott Lilly examines the role of heated political rhetoric in the Tucson massacre from the perspective of another polarizing political period in our history.
Sam Fulwood III finds hope amid the recent bloodshed, knowing violence in past struggles for progressive change led America to embrace its best instincts.