Trump’s First 100 Days in the Middle East
While President Trump has so far largely held off on his most reckless policy ideas, his first 100 days show both surprising continuity and troubling shifts that could undercut U.S. interests.
Trump’s 100 Days of Failing Working Americans
While President Donald Trump promised to lead a “worker’s party,” he has stood up for wealthy corporations—not workers—in his first 100 days in office.
Trump Vetting Extremist Judges to Fill Record Number of Empty Seats
The president already has 127 seats to fill on the federal courts, and his first nominees are conservative ideologues.
The Trump Uncertainty Rate Hike
Uncertainty created by the President and Congress could raise 2018 premiums by hundreds of dollars.
Civil Liberties and Counterterrorism in the Trump Era
Please join the Center for American Progress for an important discussion with four distinguished former national security policymakers to help cut through the almost hourly controversies emanating from this White House and assess the state of civil liberties and counterterrorism policy in the Trump era.
Center For American Progress, H Street Northwest, Washington, DC, United States
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5 Questions the Trump Administration Needs to Answer on Child Care
President Donald Trump’s tax plan leaves out critical details on how it will help working families afford child care.
100 Days, 100 Ways the Trump Administration Is Harming Women and Families
It has only been 100 days since President Trump took office, and millions of American women and families are already feeling the adverse impacts of his administration’s misguided agenda.
Women’s Economic Risk Exposure and Savings
Women face more hard-to-avoid risks than men, especially from caregiving, that can lower their savings and leave them economically vulnerable.
Filling the Void: New CFPB Collection Could Help Protect Student Loan Borrowers
The CFPB’s proposed initiative would collect data from student loan servicers to improve student loan servicing in the best interest of students.
What Comes Next for the Richmond Fed?
The Richmond Fed has the chance to turn a scandal into an opportunity to demonstrate the way forward for regional Federal Reserve banks.
The Case for Paid Apprenticeships Behind Bars
Paid apprenticeships could help ease returning citizens’ labor market re-entry and benefit them, their families, and society.
The Trump Budget Cuts Hit Coal Communities and Workers Where It Hurts
President Donald Trump’s budget proposal eliminates programs through which the Obama administration invested in the economic future of coal communities and workers.