Truly fair U.S. electoral districts would allow the views of elected representatives to better reflect those of the people who elect them.
The federal judiciary has hit a crisis point that requires changes to how the courts operate and how cases are brought before them.
A new study of public attitudes on U.S. foreign policy issues finds that voters desire more government investment at home to remain competitive in the world.
This week, Daniella and Ed are joined by Max Bergmann, CAP senior fellow and director of CAP Action Fund's Moscow Project, to discuss the Mueller report on Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
President Trump’s deregulatory agenda is hurting Americans in their paychecks, in their retirement savings, and at the pump.
Congress must get its house in order by passing bold reforms to help ensure it is working for the people—not for wealthy special interests.
Releasing the full Mueller findings will help shed light on the details of Russia’s political assault on the United States, helping prevent and deter future attacks.
Americans are expecting leaders to offer far-reaching democracy reform solutions to return power to the people.
This week, Daniella and Ed speak with Lt. Govs. Juliana Stratton (D-IL) and Kate Marshall (D-NV) about their day-to-day responsibilities and the challenge of balancing the needs of rural and urban constituents in their states.
Court packing isn’t a theoretical idea—it’s happening right now.
Building Meaningful Civil Rights and Liberties Oversight at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties needs new authorities and higher expectations to oversee the Trump administration’s abuses in immigration and domestic security.
Congress must request the president’s tax returns to understand his murky finances; monitor potential conflicts of interest relevant to national security and other critical issues; and oversee the tax code and IRS.
The Senate’s new election reform package contains big wins for disabled voters—but it leaves some room for improvement.
This week, Judd Legum, former editor-in-chief of ThinkProgress and founder of the Popular Information newsletter, helps us break down special counsel Robert Mueller's final report to Attorney General William Barr, as well as Barr's letter to Congress summarizing Mueller's principle conclusions.
The Trump administration is rewriting economic rules—and everyday Americans are paying the price.