Rep. Adam Schiff and Ari Melber sit down at the 2019 CAP Ideas Conference to discuss the new era of oversight in the House.
Ed and Daniella chat with Ari Melber—host of MSNBC's "The Beat With Ari Melber"—to discuss the increasingly strained relationship between Congress and the Trump administration, as well as the debate around criminal justice reform.
Noncompetitive leasing—the bargain bin of the federal onshore oil and gas program—is wasteful, unnecessary, and largely shielded from public scrutiny.
Regulators have taken several actions that needlessly increase the likelihood of another financial crisis.
By shortcutting science and ignoring local concerns, the Trump administration is endangering Minnesota wilderness.
The United States should repurpose its Asia energy initiative to lead a clean energy transition in the region.
To successfully promote U.S. national security, the Trump administration’s fiscal year 2020 defense budget needs to consider myriad factors—and set necessary, realistic funding levels.
This week, Daniella and Ed are joined by Max Bergmann, CAP senior fellow and director of CAP Action Fund's Moscow Project, to discuss the Mueller report on Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
President Trump’s deregulatory agenda is hurting Americans in their paychecks, in their retirement savings, and at the pump.
Congress must get its house in order by passing bold reforms to help ensure it is working for the people—not for wealthy special interests.
Treasury’s Second Set of Guidelines for Opportunity Zones Still Leaves Struggling Communities Behind
Distressed communities continue to be neglected in Opportunity Zone discussions.
The Trump administration’s proposed border wall is not only expensive, ineffective, and bad for the environment; it is also a misuse of eminent domain law and an affront to private property rights.
President Trump’s HHS budget request to Congress slashes funding for civil rights enforcement and patient privacy protections while increasing funding for religious exemptions.
Federal lawmakers can support America’s 21st century competitiveness by ensuring that any federal infrastructure plan invests in good jobs.
Regulatory changes would weaken the ability of accreditors to serve as watchdogs over colleges and remove mechanisms to hold accreditors responsible for oversight.