The Russian attack on U.S. democracy began in 2014 and is more wide-ranging and coordinated than previously understood. How the United States responds requires a strategy that both applies pressure on Russia via additional sanctions and improves the United States’ defensive capabilities against further Russian interference.
The government and other stakeholders must take aggressive measures to protect election infrastructure from Russian interference.
Members of Congress, the Supreme Court, and the Founding Fathers have said that abusing the pardon power can be grounds for impeachment.
Michele and Igor chat with MSNBC's Chris Hayes about special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation; CAP's Diana Pilipenko weighs in, breaking down the biggest developments within the investigation in the past year.
Donald Trump's finances are almost hopelessly opaque, exacerbating concerns that the wealthiest president in American history—and the first in decades not to meaningfully divest from his business holdings—may be even more financially compromised than is already thought, and in ways that may impact his decisions in office.
Twelve months into Trump’s presidency, America is more isolated and less safe.
Michele and Igor chat with Rep. Adam Schiff about developments in the Russia investigation and the invoking the 25th Amendment to address President Trump's mental health.
Russia is pursuing a concerted strategy to undermine American democracy and U.S. national interests. These are the actions of an adversary not an ally.
The FEC is poised to require disclaimers for political advertising online, but the public needs to insist that they act.
This fact sheet highlights nine practical steps that local, state, and federal officials can take to create resilient elections and protect self-government.
This brief offers common-sense solutions for addressing vulnerabilities in America’s election infrastructure in order to protect the nation’s democracy.
Nearly six months since the intelligence community concluded that Russia interfered in our democracy, nothing has been done. Now Congress has a chance to step up.
Trump’s Russia conflicts are at the heart of a cancer that may well consume his presidency and continue to place the United States at enormous risk.
Russia is treating the online environment like a new theater for conflict and has invested in developing its capabilities just as it would in developing a new weapon system.
At upcoming Arctic Council Ministerial Meeting, Secretary Rex Tillerson has an opportunity to protect U.S. national security and economic interests.