Abigail Bard explains why the United States should make opening a liaison office in Pyongyang a priority of the upcoming Trump-Kim summit.
Michael Fuchs writes about President Trump's upcoming summit with Kim Jong Un.
Lawrence J. Korb explains the importance of paying members of the U.S. Coast Guard in the event of another government shutdown.
Eugenio Weigend Vargas and David Perez Esparza present an assessment of what Mexican policymakers and advocates should be aware of regarding permissive gun laws, using the example of the United States.
Michael Fuchs explains why President Donald Trump's shutdown is the real threat to national security.
As the government shutdown continues, author Rebecca Vallas examines the far-reaching potential consequences of federal cuts to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
Author Sam Berger explains why President Trump's handling of the government shutdown is less about reducing harm to the American people than making it painless and politically expedient for himself.
Author Cristina Novoa argues that the billions of dollars that would be spent on a border wall should instead be invested in communities or used to ensure care for asylum-seekers.
Ryan Richards explains how a recent executive order will cause more problems for communities and national forests that face wildfires.
Katie Hamm shares how the government shutdown impacts her family.
Author Ed Chung explains why William Barr's nomination for U.S. attorney general is bad news for federal criminal justice reform efforts—particularly the recently ratified FIRST STEP Act.
Brian Katulis and Daniel Benaim outline three ways that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo can use his address in Cairo, Egypt, to reset the Trump administration's flawed policies in the Middle East.
Despite concerns that President Trump will use his pardon power to undermine the Mueller investigation, author Sam Berger notes that an obstructive pardon would itself amount to a continuation of conspiracy—and would therefore be subject to legal liability.
Though President Trump has considered declaring a national emergency and using the U.S. military to build a border wall, author Sam Berger explains why this plan is both illegal and impractical.
President Donald Trump is threatening the economic security of federal workers and their families for the sake of his ego.