48 House Republicans Were Invited To Participate in All 17 House Impeachment Inquiry Depositions—Many Chose Not To
Every Republican assigned to investigate the Trump impeachment inquiry was invited to witness depositions—85 percent attended less than half.
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.
Working-Class Americans in All States Support Progressive Economic Policies
Across U.S. states and the District of Columbia, members of the working class support policies to raise wages, increase taxes on the wealthy, and boost spending on health care, education, and infrastructure.
The State of Our Unions
Despite the economic expansion, union density has continued to fall across demographic groups, industries, and occupations, as well as in most states.
All Bets Are Off Heading Into Nevada, With BuzzFeed’s Addy Baird
This week on "The Tent," Daniella and Ed chat with Abby Baird, politics reporter at BuzzFeed News, to discuss the upcoming Nevada caucuses, the Trump administration's corruption, and a victory for voting rights in Florida.