On the two-year anniversary of the South Carolina Methodist church shooting, LaShawn Warren argues for commonsense gun reform.
Authors Maura Calsyn and Stacy Sanders emphasize the importance of Medicare Savings Programs in providing insurance to low-income Americans and outline the effects the AHCA would have on these savings.
Authors Mike Fuchs and Hardin Lang discuss the possible repercussions of President Donald Trump relinquishing his responsibility to make decisions concerning sending troops to Afghanistan to Secretary of Defense James Mattis.
Author Chelsea Parsons discusses the facts surrounding the gun violence epidemic in the United States and urges members of Congress to take action.
Authors Hardin Lang and Vikram Singh encourage the United States to continue assisting Lebanese institutions that confront Hezbollah, despite the Trump administration's proposed budget cuts.
Author Topher Spiro outlines ways in which the Senate GOP health care bill would cause low-income folks, the elderly, and those with pre-existing conditions to lose coverage.
Authors Michele Jawando and Billy Corriher compile a list of offensive remarks spoken by John Bush and Damien Schiff, two of President Donald Trump's nominees for positions as federal judges.
Michael Fuchs writes about how the Trump administration's actions are affecting American leadership abroad.
Brendan V. Duke argues that President Trump's support for repealing the estate tax is incompatible with his campaign populism.
Jenny Rowland argues that Secretary Zinke's review of national monuments could result in a sell-off of America's public lands.
Howard Marano and Kate Bahn argue that President Donald Trump's withdrawal from the Paris Agreement will hurt the U.S. economy.
Michael Madowitz argues that the Federal Reserve should wait to see what macroeconomic trends develop under the new administration before deciding on an inflation target.
Author Kevin DeGood emphasizes the importance of the federal government funding state and local infrastructure projects, which would in turn encourage local elected officials to raise more tax revenue for those projects.
Gregg Gelzinis explains how the Financial CHOICE Act would put the U.S. economy and taxpayers at risk.
Don’t let good news on summer Pell Grants distract from the Trump budget’s damaging higher-ed proposals
Authors Marcella Bombardieri and Ben Miller warn against the Trump administration's budget cuts targeting student aid, despite the fact that the year-round Pell Grant program was restored.