Michael Fuchs, Alexandra Schmitt, and Haneul Lee explain why the United States must provide foreign aid to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
This week on "The Tent," a podcast through the Center for American Progress Action Fund, New York State Assemblyman Michael Blake explains the health and economic impacts of the coronavirus crisis on the Bronx.
Elisa Massimino and Alexandra Schmitt explain how human rights violations have hindered the global response to the coronavirus pandemic.
This week on "The Tent," Daniella and Ed sit down with Dr. Angela Rasmussen to discuss how she studies infectious diseases such as COVID-19.
Authors Richard E. Besser and Rebecca Cokley explain why Congress must address the glaring needs of people with disabilities amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Authors Melissa Young, Chris Warland, and Livia Lam argue that transitional workforce strategies—such as expanded paid leave, food and housing assistance, enhanced unemployment insurance, and cash payments—are necessary in light of the economic devastation from the coronavirus.
Author James Lamond argues that despite the ongoing coronavirus crisis, the United States should not repeal its sanctions against Russia until the country takes concrete steps to address the actions that led to sanctions in the first place.
Authors Brian Katulis and Peter Juul urge the United States to help Iran address the urgent coronavirus crisis.
Jodi Enda describes the story of a woman who was personally affected by Texas' ban on abortion procedures during the coronavirus pandemic.
As thousands of newly unemployed Floridians face delayed or impeded access to benefits, author Rebecca Vallas explains that this crisis is the result of intentionally onerous requirements and difficult to navigate bureaucracy around safety net programs.
Danielle Root outlines steps that states should take to ensure elections are secure and accessible in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Lawrence J. Korb explains how the Trump administration politicized the coronavirus crisis aboard the USS Roosevelt.
Although German Chancellor Angela Merkel has been praised both at home and abroad for her approach to the coronavirus crisis, Max Bergmann notes that many within the European Union see her—and the devastating austerity politics she represents—differently.
Author Max Bergmann examines the potential impacts of the coronavirus crisis on populism and the trans-Atlantic relationship between the United States and Europe.
Author Lawrence J. Korb reflects on the recent shooting at the Naval Air Station Pensacola.