The genetic testing industry, with its great potential to not only improve health care outcomes but also create jobs, is a prime example of a government investment with positive return, writes Jason Thomas.
Daniel J. Weiss, Jackie Weidman, and Rebecca Leber explain how the big five oil companies are producing less oil despite making more money.
Web-based educational tools hold the promise of both reducing the cost of higher education and helping learners complete their degrees.
En adelanto al caucus republicano de Colorado el 7 de febrero, hemos recopilado una lista de datos importantes sobre los latinos e inmigrantes del estado. Estos datos ofrecen un contexto importante sobre el poder económico, cultural, y electoral de los latinos en Colorado, el estado con la séptima población latina más alta en la nación.
CAP’s Jeff Krehely and Kellan Baker interview Brad Clark, Executive Director of One Colorado, about One Colorado’s report on gay and transgender health care in the Centennial State and its national implications.
Scott Lilly examines the role of an Egyptian politician whose ultranationalist rhetoric threatens Egypt’s economy as well as its most important international alliances.
Sam Fulwood III explains why Mitt Romney’s overestimation of the middle class could very well be an indication of how unaware Americans are of the class divisions in this country.
These web-based educational tools hold the promise of both reducing the cost of higher education and helping learners to complete their degrees by providing access to top quality course materials and instruction.
This week Jewish leaders across denominations signed a pledge with bold environmental goals, saying it is “a religious and moral imperative,” writes Catherine Woodiwiss.
Open education resources hold some of the answers to maintaining the quality of learning material while significantly reducing the cost of education, write David Wiley, Cable Green, and Louis Soares.