Emily Gee and Jacob Leibenluft argue that the Trump administration's budgets and actions have repeatedly aimed to dismantle the Affordable Care Act and make deep cuts to Medicaid.
Max Bergman explains how a new administration could revive or transform the transatlantic relationship between the United States and Europe.
The attached presentation highlights the results and key takeaways from CAP Action's paid digital program.
Seth Hanlon explains why the revelations about President Donald Trump's tax returns show that the IRS needs more funding to effectively address tax avoidance.
Following the tragic passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, author Colin Seeberger argues that the American people cannot trust the president to nominate someone to the Supreme Court who will protect their health care.
Lawrence Korb writes about the military's use of mail-in voting—and why it is important.
Mara Rudman writes about the new social contract that is essential to rebuilding the economy in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lawrence Korb writes about Secretary of Defense Mark Esper's efforts to handle the defense budget.
Author Trevor Sutton argues that in order to fight international corruption, which threatens democracy and progressive values around the globe, the United States needs to address the shortcomings and lack of transparency in its own financial institutions.
Neera Tanden offers a personal take on the historic candidacy of Kamala Harris and what it means for women of color in America.