Author Lawrence J. Korb reflects on the recent shooting at the Naval Air Station Pensacola.
Rosa M. García and Livia Lam write about the long-term economic inequalities that the coronavirus crisis has brought to light.
Hosts Daniella Gibbs Léger and Ed Chung sit down with Michigan bartender Sarah May Whitelake and CAP Action senior economist Gbenga Ajilore to discuss the economic impact of COVID-19.
Workers who risk their lives to run others’ errands should have basic benefits: Personal protection, a minimum wage, health insurance and more
Authors Allison Preiss and Karla Walter explain how cities and states can protect gig-economy workers during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
Frank Kendall writes about the drawbacks of fixed-price development programs in the U.S. Department of Defense.
Michael Fuchs warns that tensions between the United States and China must be put aside in order to adequately address the coronavirus pandemic.
Co-host of "The Tent" Ed Chung sits down with U.S. Air Force veteran Sarah Samere to discuss the current hurdles of testing for COVID-19.
Stephanie Griffith writes about how an attempt to take DACA protections from hundreds of thousands of young people would affect the number of health care workers available to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gordon Gray highlights two published accounts of diplomatic work in a year when diplomats were thrust into the limelight by circumstances beyond their control.
Daniel Benaim and Michael Hanna explain how heightened tensions between the United States and Iran threaten to worsen the effects of the coronavirus outbreak.
COVID-19 represents both a public health emergency and an economic crisis. While federal, state, and local governments must take strong steps to stem the spread of the virus — from continuing to close schools, restaurants, and workplaces and limit the size of gatherings, to ensuring that everyone has access to health care and can be...
Zeke Emanuel and Topher Spiro explain that in the face of poor federal leadership, state and local action is necessary to manage the coronavirus pandemic.
This week, Ed chats with CAP Action's vice president of Health Policy, Topher Spiro, about what state and local governments can do to manage the coronavirus pandemic.
Maggie Siddiqi and Guthrie Graves-Fitzsimmons discuss how communities and people of faith are responding to the coronavirus outbreak.
Michael Fuchs writes that although an immediate response to the coronavirus is a necessity, other national security threats must be given attention as well.