Staff and fellows at the Center for American Progress share how 9/11 changed their lives.
There were important gains coming out of America’s post-9/11 foreign policy, but some important successes came at great strategic, material, and human costs.
Ocean carbon dioxide removal solutions may contribute to policies and strategies that achieve the goal of negative emissions by midcentury, but implementation at scale must be balanced with concerns about unintended environmental impacts, environmental justice, a social license to operate, and governance issues.
The Black Maternal Health Momnibus Act of 2021 would help address the maternal health crisis in the United States, which disproportionately affects Black and Indigenous people.
Unions help narrow the gap between working families and the superrich.
The Medicaid coverage gap, which leaves more than 2 million people uninsured, must be closed with a comprehensive, permanent solution.
Mexico’s lawsuit against major U.S. arms manufacturers and distributors is a reminder of the fact that America’s gun violence epidemic extends well beyond its own borders.
Increasing the federal minimum wage will help address decades-long inequalities in the rural job market.
Congress can raise revenues to fund climate action on public lands by fixing the broken federal leasing program.
The USDA update to the Thrifty Food Plan will have a direct impact on millions of SNAP participants.
Reconciliation is a critical opportunity to extend coverage to more than 2.2 million people who lack an affordable option for health insurance.
Companies are resorting to extreme measures to protect their own operations from the effects of climate change, even as their lobbyists stall reform.
This video tells the story of Frank, who, after being released from prison, joined the IBEW and built a career as an electrician focusing on electric vehicle chargers.
The Biden administration should lead in developing a human rights-centered plan for the forcibly displaced to mitigate further disaster in Afghanistan.
A bold investment in the care economy would help aging Americans and people with disabilities live at home affordably and create hundreds of thousands of good-paying home care jobs, addressing the industry’s severe job shortage.