House Speaker Nancy Pelosi speaks with Neera Tanden at the 2019 CAP Ideas Conference about the swell of progressive successes in the new House of Representatives and the path forward.
Rep. Hakeem Jeffries speaks at the 2019 CAP Ideas Conference about the new House’s agenda to lower prescription drug costs and fight against attempts to take away health care coverage.
Stacey Abrams spoke at the 2019 CAP Ideas Conference, sharing her three solutions to combat voter suppression efforts and amplify new voices.
Reps. Sharice Davids and Katie Porter sat down at the 2019 CAP Ideas Conference to have an honest discussion about how women are leading the charge for progress in U.S. democracy.
Rep. Adam Schiff and Ari Melber sit down at the 2019 CAP Ideas Conference to discuss the new era of oversight in the House.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti speaks at the 2019 CAP Ideas Conference about cities’ power in implementing progressive change and in setting the example of how governments can serve their people.
Sen. Brian Schatz, Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, and Tom Steyer sat down at the 2019 CAP Ideas Conference to discuss how to combat the climate crisis.
Ed and Daniella chat with Ari Melber—host of MSNBC's "The Beat With Ari Melber"—to discuss the increasingly strained relationship between Congress and the Trump administration, as well as the debate around criminal justice reform.
How the Trump administration has blundered into confrontation with Tehran.
States must take legislative action in order to ensure that the coursework to receive a high school diploma is the same for college admissions eligibility.
The Equality Act would help to ensure that all Americans, including LGBTQ people, receive full equality under the law.
Ed and Daniella sit down with Charlotte Clymer, press secretary for rapid response at the Human Rights Campaign, and CAP's Laura Durso, to discuss the likely passage of the Equality Act in the House of Representatives.
In the weeks ahead, local jurisdictions that currently collaborate with the federal government to enforce federal immigration laws must make a choice: protect their immigrant residents or remain complicit in President Trump’s deportation agenda.
Congress is in dire need of improving science and technical expertise as a legislative resource. Thankfully, there is a straightforward solution: reinstating the Office of Technology Assessment.
Lawmakers must dismantle the crime bill’s harmful policies and enact solutions that reduce reliance on incarceration, prevent unnecessary criminalization, and eliminate the draconian laws keeping millions of Americans in prison.