The recent transformation of Hungarian politics—particularly the metamorphosis of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán—offers a cautionary tale of what can happen when a right-wing national populist leader gets elected.
CAP outlines 17 nonlegislative actions that state governors can take to support early learning.
Middle-wage jobs are returning. Apprenticeship— paid training that combines on-the-job training and classroom instruction—can be used to fill them.
More research is needed to understand the impact that autonomous vehicles could have on transportation-sector carbon emissions.
For workers in the United States, paid time off for caretaking is a perk for the privileged, while overseas, it’s a right. Some companies fill in the gaps—for some lucky workers.
Even with a delayed effective date for repeal of the Affordable Care Act, a smooth transition to a replacement plan is impossible.
With 10,000 Americans turning 65 every day, the nation must put in place policies that ensure dignity and security in old age.
The U.S. financial sector’s claims that fixed-income markets face serious liquidity issues do not hold water.
States are making it much harder to vote. Elections have consequences, and so does voter suppression.
Many conservatives profess support for equal pay but ignore the real need for stronger protections against pay discrimination and comprehensive solutions to close the gender wage gap.