New Year, Same Trump-Induced Chaos, With Mieke Eoyang
This week on "The Tent," Ed and Daniella speak with Mieke Eoyang, vice president of Third Way's National Security Program, about recent events in Iran and the latest updates on the impeachment process.
25 Years After the 1994 Crime Bill, Voters Back Criminal Justice Reforms
New CAP Action polling shows that 25 years after the passage of the 1994 crime bill, voters want policymakers to focus more on efforts to enable comprehensive crime prevention and greater fairness in the criminal justice system.
Impeachment Trial Witnesses: Who the Senate Should Call and What They Know
One look at the list of potential witnesses shows why the president and his allies in Congress are trying to prevent a full impeachment trial in the Senate: The witnesses are capable of providing damning evidence against Trump.
The Middle Class Continues to Struggle as Union Density Remains Low
Union membership rates are at record lows, and new data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that the share of income going to the middle class remains low as well.
President Trump’s Anti-Worker Agenda
President Trump promised to defend “forgotten workers,” but his administration has instead advanced an anti-worker agenda that favors corporate interests at the expense of working-class Americans.
Climate Deniers in the 116th Congress
A new CAP Action analysis finds that 150 members—and 60 percent of Republicans—in the 116th Congress do not believe in climate change.