Rolling back financial reform and consumer protections in the name of helping small banks could bring back the risky practices that led to the financial crisis.
Americans can once again bask in the pride that comes from leading—and completing—humanity’s initial exploration of its own celestial backyard.
If investors are able to more easily understand whether their fund choices are high cost or low cost, they will likely pay much closer attention to fees.
The transportation challenges facing the United States cannot be solved solely through the expansion of mega-highways.
Trickle-down economics have failed to deliver higher overall income growth; the middle class needs active policy solutions that produce inclusive prosperity.
Across all states, the average amount of debt per graduate is lower than the average debt per borrower.
Two years after the Senate passage of S. 744, the lives of millions of new Americans remain on hold while they wait for Congress to pass durable and permanent immigration legislation.
The pope’s message sets scientific fact in a moral framework and calls for “decisive action, here and now.”
Despite the threat that Iran will continue to pose, a deal that meets specific criteria offers the most effective pathway to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.
A clean slate policy would help Pennsylvanians gain employment and provide for themselves and their families, as well as grow the commonwealth's economy.
The upcoming rulemaking that addresses the federal oil and gas leasing process is a critical opportunity to reevaluate how public lands are leased and ensure that the public receives a fair and equitable share.
Authors Sharita Gruberg and Rachel West assert that while progress has been made in the United States and other countries, the United States must take steps to make sure that LGBT asylum seekers are not denied lifesaving protections.
Congress should support federal updates to the child support system that would be benefit families, children, and states.
There are several reasons for the falling Medicare projections, including lower estimates for health care cost growth, lower-than-expected costs for the Medicare Part D prescription drug program, and the Affordable Care Act, or ACA.
Rebalancing the OASI and Disability Insurance trust funds would ensure that Social Security is able to pay all promised retirement, disability, and survivor benefits for the next nearly two decades.