This series of events is incredibly worrisome in the context of the health of U.S. democracy.
The nomination of Eugene Scalia could roll back decades of progress for workers with disabilities.
As challenges to democracy and human rights in Asia grow, the United States must stick to its principles by acting early and often to stand up for universal values.
The Trump administration’s attempted sell-out of Alaskan forests, wildlife, and waters would be one of the largest liquidations of public lands in U.S. history—and is sure to tarnish the state’s future and worsen its budget problems.
Across the United States, DACA recipients are integral community members who bolster the economy.
Policymakers and economists must consider populations who face high economic barriers when evaluating the health of the labor market.
The U.S. Department of Labor is trying to undermine nondiscrimination protections for employees of federal contractors—a move that would harm millions of workers, including countless LGBTQ people.
The pharmaceutical industry leverages Washington’s culture of corruption to increase profits while everyday Americans suffer from high drug prices.
Daniella and Ed chat about President Trump's controversial antics at the G-7 summit and revisit a conversation with former Ambassador Wendy Sherman.
Working families are bearing the brunt of the damage of the Trump administration’s trade agenda.
As is the case with the rest of its economic policies, the administration has put business interests over working people in its trade policy.
Interior Secretary David Bernhardt wants to make it tougher for environmental watchdogs to hold the Interior Department accountable, but his new policy wastes taxpayer funds.
By failing to adhere to the standards set out in the 1997 Flores settlement, by focusing on deterrence, and by neglecting high costs, the Trump administration’s new Flores rule has opened itself up to significant legal challenges.
This week, Ed sits down with CAP Senior Economist Gbenga Ajilore to discuss warning signs in the economy, what they might mean, as well as some of the contributing factors.
Progressive policymakers in Washington and Seoul need to work together to build a stronger U.S.-South Korea alliance that can advance shared interests, regardless of which political parties are in power.