CAP panel examines the current state of the border and explores ways of fixing our nation’s broken immigration system.
The oil spill in the gulf is threatening many underwater species, bringing attention to the question of where our seafood comes from.
CAP’s Progressive Authors Series discusses a new book on the life and career of Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens.
Recent labor strikes in China are starting to bring better conditions for workers there, but could also bring economic gains for the United States, writes Anne Paisley.
The CBO’s long-term fiscal projections today bring grim news, but not on health care. It projects that the health reform law will substantially reduce the deficit, writes David Cutler.
The Securities and Exchange Commission could subject corporations’ disclosure statements to shareholders to a “reasonable person” standard similar to the one already in use in product liability law.
CAP Action's Michael Ettlinger testifies before the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform about recommendations for how to fix the deficit and the economy.
Samuel Charap introduces principled integration—a new U.S. approach to dealing with Russia’s role in the international economy.
Jitinder Kohli lays out three possible scenarios that could come from China and Taiwan’s increasing economic cooperation.
Pat Garofalo discusses why we need financial regulation, what should be included in a final bill, and how those provisions would lead to a stronger, safer financial system.
Daniel J. Weiss and Susan Lyon outline the most promising oil savings proposals in Senate bills as the chamber prepares to debate clean energy legislation in July.
Security and stability continue to elude the Persian Gulf, writes Brian Katulis in World Politics Review.
The Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act will do just that, writes Pat Garofalo, which is why it needs to become the law of the land.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act sets in place a number of requirements for private insurers to advertise and represent their individual and small-group plans in a clear and consistent fashion such that consumers can better understand the product they are purchasing.
Heather Boushey, Luke Reidenbach, and Christine Riordan outline why Congress needs to act now and reauthorize unemployment compensation benefits to help the jobless.