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President Donald Trump’s shutdown is more than a debate around a wall: It is about the low-income, disabled, and indigenous peoples at and within our borders whose lives and economic security he is willfully endangering for political gain.
This week, Rep. Maxine Waters discusses her top priorities in her new role as chairwoman of the U.S. House Financial Services Committee—and how she plans to hold the Trump administration accountable.
In 2018, Congress passed the United States’ largest ever increase of the Child Care and Development Block Grant, giving states across the nation more than $2 billion additional each year to invest in child care.
The attorney general has considerable influence on whether the laws that determine the economy’s rules get enforced—and whether they protect workers, consumers, and taxpayers.
In this week's episode, CAP immigration expert Phil Wolgin discusses the so-called crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border and James Hamblin joins us for his perspective on the opioid epidemic.
The Trump administration’s inadequate environmental assessment dramatically underestimates the damage that drilling for oil in the refuge would cause.
Across the country, President Trump's shutdown has had damaging effects on vital programs and services. As he continues to hold portions of the government hostage, Trump has left hundreds of thousands of workers in financial limbo.
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos’ regulatory rollback would water down quality in higher education and create a recipe for fraud.
Democratic control of the House of Representatives provides an opportunity for much-needed oversight, passage of legislation to protect vulnerable individuals, and exploration of longer-term solutions.
President Donald Trump is threatening the economic security of federal workers and their families for the sake of his ego.
In 2019's first episode, Jesse Lee and Sam Berger discuss the new House majority and President Trump's government shutdown.
When considering the economic priorities of the new year, it is essential that analysts and policymakers take into account a variety of indicators instead of overstating the health of the economy.
800,000 federal workers could go without paychecks in the event of a prolonged government shutdown.
This week, Daniella and Ed speak with Center for American Progress Senior Fellow Max Bergmann about the ongoing investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Overturning the Affordable Care Act would negatively affect Medicare, Medicaid, employer coverage, and individual coverage.