In the premiere episode of "The Tent," Daniella and Ed discuss this week's major stories, from climate change to the Trump administration and upcoming presidential debate.
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.
Corruption Consultants: Conservative Special Interests and Corporations Hurt State Economies and Democratic Processes
Malkie Wall, Danielle Root, and Andrew Schwartz explain how special-interest groups have used states’ tradition as “laboratories of democracy” to implement damaging and regressive policies at the behest of corporate clients and wealthy donors.
CAP Action presents its research on voters' perceptions of President Trump's policies on various issues.
The past two years have showcased not only President Trump’s rigging of the U.S. economy, but also the unfulfilled economic promises he made to working Americans.
President Donald Trump ran on standing up for working people against special interests, but as president, he’s only worked to enrich himself and his donors. Now, his false promises are coming home to roost.
By the White House's own estimate, President Trump and Sen. McConnell's shutdown is costing the U.S. economy $6.5 billion each week they refuse to fund the government.
Lawmakers elected in the 2018 midterms are set to supercharge the effort to fight corruption and make democracy work for all Americans.
The Trump campaign’s alleged collusion with the Russian government in the 2016 U.S. presidential election has become the defining scandal of the administration so far. This report lays out the overwhelming evidence of that collusion, exploring its underpinnings going back decades to create a cohesive explanation for how—and why—the Trump campaign and the Kremlin worked together to install Trump in the White House.
In order to bring attention to the nationwide problem of voter suppression, it is important to call attention to the politicians who are most notorious for restricting voter access.