A new CAP report finds that corporate campaign cash is influencing judges in state supreme courts to rule against those injured or wronged by employers and businesses.
Report An analysis of state supreme court rulings shows that an influx of corporate campaign cash is influencing judges to rule against those injured while on the job or by business entities such as hospitals.
A recent Census Bureau report confirms what many African Americans already believed: Attempts to suppress the black vote in 2012 only served to stoke turnout.
Issue Brief The Syrian opposition is fragmented, and understanding these divisions is crucial for the Obama administration's efforts to shape its policy toward Syria and support a foundation for a cohesive future Syrian government.
A new CAP issue brief explores press freedom and freedom of expression in Turkey.
Report This report looks at how our neighbor to the north, Canada—a country that has consistently preformed well on international tests—funds its schools.
Report In this report we discuss and closely examine Shanghai’s empowered-management program, an important education initiative that has markedly improved low-performing schools in Shanghai.
Issue Brief The new secretary of the interior can do a great deal to ensure that fossil-fuel development on federal lands is done in ways and with limits that better protect health, safety, and the environment.
This week we explore sequestration’s effect on schoolchildren from military households and Native American reservations.
A new CAP issue brief illustrates why we can still make progress toward stronger gun laws.
Restrictions on Medicaid coverage of abortion services disproportionately affect poor women and women of color, further exacerbating inequality in this country.
A new CAP issue brief highlights what Congress can do to prevent guns from ending up in the hands of domestic abusers and stalkers.