On the six-month anniversary of the passage of President Trump's tax law, author Thomas Huelskoetter describes how it is raising health insurance premiums.
Author Michael Fuchs discusses how the torture of detainees at the Iraqi prison shattered America’s image as a defender of human rights—and how separating families at the border only further undermines that and risks national security.
Authors Lawrence Korb and Matthew Feng discuss why China's efforts to establish relations with North Korea before concrete steps are taken toward denuclearization pose a threat to U.S. national security.
Author Gregg Gelzinis dissects a proposal that would carve up key elements of the Volker Rule and give more leeway for banks to engage in highly risky activities.
Author Michael Fuchs discusses how President Donald Trump failed to negotiate with North Korea on behalf of Americans at the Singapore summit and how he can amend that failure.
Kate Davidson writes about why workers in the service industry deserve to be paid the minimum wage.
Authors Sam Berger and Ethan Gurwitz discuss the corrupt economic ethos of the Trump administration.
Author Cristina Novoa explains why affordable summer programs are essential for children's development.
Author Michael Fuchs writes about why U.S. diplomacy with North Korea requires scrutiny and skepticism.
Authors Melissa Boteach and Eliza Schultz discuss reasons to vote in favor of Initiative 77, a ballot initiative that would work to phase out the poverty-level tipped minimum wage.
Bliss and foreboding: We could be past liberal democracy’s finest hour, leaving our children less free than us
Despite recent threats to liberal democracy in both India and the United States, author Gautam Adhikari highlights the impressive positive developments of the past 75 years as reason for optimism.
Forty Years and Counting: How the Helms Amendment Violates the Human Rights of Women and Girls in Developing Countries
Jamila Taylor discusses the harmful effects of the Helms Amendment on women and girls in developing countries.
Author Abigail Bard asserts that, before U.S. President Donald Trump meets with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, he will need to develop a unified strategy that protects the interest of America and its allies.
Authors Michael Fuchs and Abigail Bard discuss President Trump's on-again, off-again summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.
Author Marcella Bombardieri profiles Amarillo College and its president's efforts to better accommodate its low-income students.