New Report From CAP Action’s Moscow Project Reveals the Depth of Russian Collusion

Washington, D.C. — A new report out today from the Center for American Progress Action Fund’s The Moscow Project finds that it is now clear there was collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. It comprehensively outlines the facts, motivations, and unanswered questions surrounding collusion between Donald Trump campaign’s for president and Russian figures. There...

RELEASE: CAP Action Highlights the 2017 and 2018 Governor’s Races that Matter for Climate Action

Voters in six key states—New Jersey, Florida, Ohio, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Michigan—have a near-term choice to elect progressive governors who can change their states' direction on climate. Washington, D.C. — In the face of President Donald Trump’s attacks on climate and energy regulations—and his announcement that he will withdraw the United States from the Paris...

PRESS CALL TODAY at 3:30 p.m. ET: Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan and CAP Action Expert Rebecca Vallas Speak on Trump’s Broken Promises Ahead of Youngstown Visit

Washington, D.C. — Ahead of President Donald Trump’s campaign rally in Youngstown, Ohio, the Center for American Progress Action Fund will host a press call TODAY, July 24, at 3:30 p.m. ET with Rep. Tim Ryan and Rebecca Vallas, managing director of CAP Action’s Poverty to Prosperity program, to discuss Trump's broken promises to the people of...

New CAP Action Tracker Shows Fossil Fuel Appointees Pulling the Strings on Trump’s Dirty Energy Agenda

Washington, D.C. — Today, as the White House begins its “Energy Week,” the Center for American Progress Action Fund launched Dirty Deputies, a project that tracks the fossil fuel affiliations of political appointees working on energy and environmental issues in the Trump administration. Of the more than 100 political staff in the tracker, nearly one-third have ties to the fossil fuel industry...

ADVISORY: Yarmuth, DeLauro, Lee, Jayapal: The Human Consequences of the Trump and Congressional GOP Budgets

Washington, D.C. — In his inaugural speech, President Donald Trump promised to lift up the “forgotten men and women” who have been left behind—the same platform that propelled him to victory in 2016. But his proposed budget released in May reveals that his priorities lie with corporations and the 1 percent—at the expense of nearly everyone else. Trump...

EVENT ADVISORY: One Year After Pulse Nightclub Shooting, Experts Discuss Intersecting Political and Advocacy Landscape Around Violence Against LGBT Communities

            Washington, D.C. — Almost one year after the hate-motivated, devastating shooting at Orlando's Pulse nightclub, the Pride Fund to End Gun Violence and the Center for American Progress Action Fund will be hosting a discussion of the current political and advocacy landscape. A diverse group of panelists will discuss the intersections of LGBTQ and gun...