Author Claire Moser explains how President Donald Trump's upcoming executive order would roll back U.S. environmental protections and cost taxpayers.
Author Ken Gude argues that there are extraordinary circumstances that go beyond the remarkable nature of the underlying allegation of potential collusion with a hostile foreign power to steal an election.
Jamila Taylor and Maura Calsyn argue that the American Health Care Act would be a disaster for women.
There’s a need to reduce the ongoing epidemic of violence against women, and the Trump budget threatens recent, hard-won progress to help more women.
Jay Clayton, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission chair nominee, has zero track record enforcing the securities law or in any public service.
Testimony of Cathleen Kelly Before the House Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources on Domestically Sourced Raw Materials
CAP Senior Fellow Cathleen Kelly testified before the House Natural Resources Committee about the importance of domestically sourced raw materials for infrastructure projects.
Author Ethan Gurwitz argues that since taking office, Trump’s actions have signaled, at best, a decidedly more passive approach to industry mergers and, at worst, a dangerous desire to use such tools as leverage.
Michael Madowitz argues that the Federal Reserve's primary goals are in conflict with the Trump administration's plans.
Tribal Equity Toolkit 3.0: Tribal Resolutions and Codes to Support Two Spirit and LGBTQ Justice in Indian Country
This toolkit provides sample legal language for adapting tribal resolutions and codes to recognize the rights of all tribal citizens.
Author Daniel Benaim argues that as much as Iraq needs the United States, the United States also needs Iraq, particularly as we pursue persistent threats against the homeland.
Clash of Nationalisms: The Battle is Now Properly Joined Between its Inclusionary and Exclusionary Versions
Nationalism as an ideology is inevitable, even necessary, in a world that began to be organized into nation-states a little more than three centuries ago.
If Trump's goal is to destroy America’s role as a global leader, it would likely be done by dismantling these five pillars of American leadership.
The ripple effects of President Donald Trump’s actions targeting immigrants could extend to unexpected places, including threatening U.S.-India relations just as they were beginning to take off.
With Congress’ help, America's continued involvement can help maximize Iraqis' odds of success in areas such as stabilizing liberated areas, tackling corruption, and building up national and local forces.
Author Neera Tanden points out that Republicans campaigned on the Affordable Care Act's high costs but then created a bill that raises, not decreases, those costs for families.