Lawrence J. Korb explains why President Donald Trump's controversial Department of Defense budget cut is not nearly big enough.
Maggie Thompson and Senya Merchant explain how student loan debt is eating away at Millennials' finances.
Eleven months after the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, Andy Green and Galen Hendricks reflect on the law's detrimental effect on America's working class.
Michael Fuchs discusses today's foreign policy challenges and the lessons that the United States should draw from former President George H.W. Bush's public service.
Olugbenga Ajilore discusses why the U.S. Senate's proposed Opportunity Zones incentive program, established as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, does not contain the necessary community guardrails to protect people devastated by natural disasters.
Rebecca Cokley discusses Trump appointee Neomi Rao's baseless defense of "dwarf tossing"—and how her comments should disqualify Rao from serving on the D.C. Circuit Court.
Author Lawrence J. Korb explains why Defense Secretary James Mattis' recent directive—that all Air Force, Navy, and Marine combat aircraft achieve an 80 percent mission capability rate—is an achievable goal.
Michael Fuchs explains why climate change is the greatest threat to U.S. national security.
Christian Weller explains how borrowing from a 401(k) can put retirement accounts at risk.
Michael Fuchs argues that Trump's foreign policy is driven primarily by his desire to win rather than U.S. national interests.
Author Christian Weller examines how women in the labor market are more likely to take on unpaid or family caregiving responsibilities and as a result, tend to experience lower earnings, less job stability, and far lower retirement savings.
Ken Gude explains why the solution to the United Kingdom's Brexit complications is a second referendum.
Author Christian Weller notes that even among the wealthiest 10 percent of households, nonwhite or Latino households are falling further behind their white counterparts.
Authors Olugbenga Ajilore and Rejane Frederick describe how Amazon has exploited the Opportunity Zones program—a tax benefit intended to revitalize and address the needs of low-income communities.
Following Amazon's decision to bring its second headquarters to New York and northern Virginia, author Andrew Schwartz explains why HQ2 is likely to have a devastating impact on local businesses, infrastructure, and housing.