Recent political rhetoric has raised the potential for disruptions at the polls in Pennsylvania. The state’s antiquated election laws should provide stronger protections for voters, but the Pennsylvania Department of State has issued guidance clarifying rules for voter intimidation and behavior at the polls. Here are some things to watch out for.
The cost of quality child care is well-documented, but less attention is given to the persistent undersupply of child care centers.
New data reveal an increase in the use of detention for LGBT immigrants despite protocols to reduce unnecessary detention.
The United States and China take the lead in identifying their own wasteful fossil fuel subsidies in a coordinated peer review.
Federal courts recently upheld new voting restrictions in Arizona, where long lines during the primaries have already suggested the potential for trouble in November. Here are some things to watch out for.
The United States and China should look beyond their differences and work with Southeast Asian nations on shared challenges.
States with conservative policy agendas fare worse on a range of family-related indicators than states with progressive policy agendas.
In countries across the world, corrupt officials conspire with criminal actors to profit off of human misery. The United States and its international partners should do more to hold both groups accountable for their abuses.
A national paid family and medical leave program would level the playing field for small businesses and ensure that all workers have access to strong work-family policy.
Child care policies are finally getting the attention they deserve. It is critical to debunk misconceptions around child care as lawmakers consider a national policy solution.