Author Michael Fuchs urges America's democratic institutions to stand up against President Trump in order to protect the country from his autocratic behavior.
Author Michael Madowitz argues that the tax cut experiment of the past few decades has been a resounding failure and raising taxes on the wealthy is necessary to return to a fairer and stronger U.S. economy.
James Lamond and Talia Dessel explain how Attorney General Bill Barr and U.S. Attorney John Durham are abusing their power and advancing conspiracy theories to undermine the FBI's investigation on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
Author Peter Juul argues that the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria, the ongoing Syrian refugee crisis, and an emboldened Assad regime have left the United States unable to safeguard its interests or protect against an Islamic State revival in the region.
Lawrence J. Korb describes why President Trump's threat to withdraw from the Open Skies Treaty would undermine U.S. and global security.
Following President Trump's rash and dangerous decision to abandon America's Kurdish partners, Michael Fuchs describes why Congress must act to hold the president accountable.
In this jointly released report, the authors present a plan to provide equitable, quality child care for all families in the United States.
In this study, Max Hoffman and Michael Werz discuss the state of Turkey's accession to the European Union, as well as effects of the process's possible, though unlikely, suspension.
Author Sam Berger urges congressional investigators to search for answers regarding the Trump administration's dealings with Ukraine.
Marcella Bombardieri discusses how changes at Pasadena City College are having a positive impact on minority students.
Michael Fuchs highlights the contrast between young climate activist Greta Thunberg's courage and President Donald Trump's abdication of U.S. leadership at the United Nations.
Author Osub Ahmed explains why women's empowerment and bodily autonomy are central components of a strong climate change strategy.
Zoe Willingham writes about the threat that monopoly power poses to economic justice.
Author Michael Fuchs argues that the United States must change its bankrupt priorities in the Middle East, including by ending support for the war in Yemen and fundamentally changing its relationship with Saudi Arabia.
Karla Walter outlines the potentially harmful effects of a bipartisan bill that would gut worker protections for employees in the fast-food industry.