The nation's future legal landscape will likely turn on the outcome of the upcoming presidential election.
CAP Senior Fellow Peter Swire speaks before the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
The current political efforts of extremist conservatives and Tea Party leaders to challenge basic U.S. human rights smacks of rank racism, write Sam Fulwood III and Henry Fernandez.
CAP Action experts focus on the critical role international development should play in U.S. foreign policy and steps for reform.
Rep. Jane Harman sits down with CAP Action to talk about balancing national security with privacy.
The Senate Judiciary Committee votes in Sotomayor's favor despite attacks by conservatives, writes Ian Millhiser.
Some conservatives are recognizing that opposition to Sotomayor’s nomination is misguided, writes Ian Millhiser on day four of her confirmation hearings.
Apparently conservatives believe the facts must take a backseat to race-baiting during Judge Sonia Sotomayor's confirmation, writes Ian Millhiser.
Ian Millhiser weighs in on day one of Judge Sonia Sotomayor's Senate confirmation hearings.
Reproductive rights are about more than abortion, writes Shira Saperstein. They also encompass safe pregnancy, parenting, and marriage.