Guns in the hands of domestic abusers pose an extreme risk to victims of abuse.
A comprehensive approach to reducing gun violence must include support for evidence-based violence intervention programs that engage all community stakeholders.
New data from private companies such as Uber and Google present an opportunity for transportation planners to reduce congestion and related pollution, but they must consider the data’s significant potential biases.
The negative impact of vouchers on student achievement is equivalent to missing out on more than one-third of a year of classroom learning.
Immigrants make substantial economic and fiscal contributions and are a part of the social fabric in jurisdictions with 287(g) agreements.
Some of the Federal Reserve’s proposed changes to its stress testing regime make sense, but others miss the mark.
The recreational fishing industry is angling to take the helm on matters of fisheries legislation while Congress considers a significant reauthorization of the Magnuson-Stevens Act.
In Pennsylvania, legislators are less responsive to the will of the public due to gerrymandering.
A glaring gap in the federal law allows individuals to buy a gun without a background check and with no questions asked.
Through its support for fake women's health centers in NIFLA v. Becerra, the anti-choice movement again demonstrates its willingness to manipulate women's right to make informed decisions about their reproductive health.
States have a critical role to play in expanding access to high-quality early childhood programs to ensure all children have the best start in life.
Two decades of restrictions on public health research into gun violence has left us willfully ignorant about the full scope of this problem and the most effective interventions to prevent it.
Weapons of war should have no place in our communities.
American voters reject congressional proposals to cut health care, housing, education, and nutrition assistance programs and favor policies that invest in good jobs and economic security.
New analysis by CAP further explains the range of health care discrimination faced by LGBTQ people and HHS's critical role in combatting it under Section 1557.