Author Michael Conathan argues that President-elect Donald Trump's nomination of Scott Pruitt to head the Environmental Protection Agency would in no way benefit Maine's environment or economy.
In light of attorney general nominee Jeff Sessions' history of prosecuting voting rights activists, authors Michele Jawando and Billy Corriher call on the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee to question Sessions about his civil rights record.
The Center for American Progress poses six questions in advance of Sen. John McCain's (R-AZ) hearings about cybersecurity on Thursday.
Alison Cassady writes that the REINS Act offers nothing less than a corporate takeover of the means to protect public health, the environment, workers, and consumers.
Samantha Batel argues that states should use a broader range of indicators of school quality.
Dan Restrepo and Michael Fuchs write about President Obama's successful use of reconciliation in foreign policy.
Policymakers should listen to real people's voices before plunging into repealing or replacing the Affordable Care Act.
Michael Fuchs explains how President-elect Donald Trump's decisions on Taiwan and Russia undermine U.S. national security.
Larry Korb writes that installing Mattis—or any other general—to head the Pentagon would deprive the president of an essential nonmilitary viewpoint.
Kevin DeGood explains how President-elect Donald Trump's infrastructure plan would benefit investors over working families.