A new era of presidential scandals creates opportunities for far-reaching reform.
The government and other stakeholders must take aggressive measures to protect election infrastructure from Russian interference.
Voter suppression, as well as a lack of ongoing and meaningful engagement, prevent African Americans from fully participating in the political process.
Bold anti-corruption solutions could help curb the huge power that the private prison industry has over immigration detention issues.
Structural barriers and cynicism about government keep millions of eligible Americans from participating in elections; here’s how to fix that.
Michele and CAP's Mike Fuchs chat with Ben Rhodes, author and former deputy national security adviser for Obama, about his experiences in the White House and the current administration's family separation policies.
Discriminatory voting laws and lack of voter engagement prevent Latinx Americans from leveraging their full political power at the polls.
Members of Congress, the Supreme Court, and the Founding Fathers have said that abusing the pardon power can be grounds for impeachment.
Voters overwhelmingly support clean slate legislation to automatically seal records for nonviolent crimes and marijuana possession. Support also crosses party and demographic lines for legalization of marijuana.
Michele and Igor speak with New Jersey Gov. Murphy about the progress his state has made, as well as with CAP Senior Vice President of Policy and Strategy Ben Olinsky about some of CAP's big policy ideas.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal joins Michele and Igor to discuss his pending lawsuit against President Donald Trump; his concerns over the AT&T-Time Warner merger and Trump's judicial nominees; and why he thinks America and its allies aren't any safer after the North Korea summit.
Systemic barriers and voter suppression tactics have contributed to a consistent gap in voter turnout between the AI/AN community and other racial and ethnic groups.
A growing number of state, local, and federal lawmakers are finally taking on big money in politics by leading a movement for small-donor-funded elections.
This week, Michele and Igor sit down with Dawn Porter, director of "Bobby Kennedy for President," and discuss parallels between the 1968 presidential campaign and today's political climate.
President Trump is helping himself and his politically connected friends at the expense of everyone else.