Michael Conathan explains why the best way to save the overfished bluefin tuna is to support New England’s artisanal fishery.
American families need more months of much-stronger job creation to eliminate the massive economic pain that the crisis and its aftermath brought.
The real story this election season is the wealthy buying up our political system, writes Eric Alterman.
A recent CAP event examines how much this Obama administration initiative has helped states and school districts.
Julie Ajinkya slams the conservative organization for its hateful tactics, which are sure to backfire while uniting progressives.
Learn how health reform is helping gay and transgender individuals and their families.
Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac, the country’s two biggest mortgage finance companies, have yet to embrace one option—principal reduction—as a viable foreclosure mitigation tool.
David Madland details why the Rebuild America Act is a crucial and comprehensive piece of legislation for restoring broad-based prosperity and sustained economic growth.
Smart economic policy can continue to strengthen the economic recovery and help accelerate private-sector job creation, writes Christian E. Weller.
Michael Linden explains that an alternative House budget resolution supposedly based on the recommendations of Alan Simpson and Erskine Bowles is short $1 trillion of revenue.
A diverse group of religious leaders gathered outside the Supreme Court on Monday to support what they see as a morally just law, write Emily Farnell and Alexandra Scheeler.
Daron Acemoglu and his co-author spoke at the Center for American Progress last week about why nations fail.
Conforme la Corte Suprema lleva a cabo audiencias y examina la constitucionalidad del Acta de Cuidado Asequible esta semana, es importante notar las maneras en que “Obamacare” está mejorando las vidas de los latinos.
The Affordable Care Act helps Latinos gain access to critical preventive services, protecting those with pre-existing conditions, and making health coverage more affordable for everyone.
Laura Pereyra and Madeline Meth show how health reform is leading to better care for Latinos.