The Center for American Progress’s progressive vision for scientific research has now made it to print, and focuses on topics such as health, economic mobility, and global warming.
Monthly Archives For June 2008
Religion remains a point of interest regarding the presidential candidates in the upcoming 2008 election.
Speakers at the Center for American Progress advocate for a new type of universal healthcare.
A Senate hearing condemns Donald Rumsfeld’s authorization for the use of aggressive interrogation tactics on Guantanamo Bay prisoners.
The current debate on net neutrality concentrates on the issue of regulation—which the web is virtually free of now—is driven by two contrasting definitions of the internet.
Another alternative source of information endangered.
How endangered is this species?
Today’s liberal students aren’t buying the U.S. democracy-promotion role once championed by Democratic Presidents such as Kennedy and Carter
Education Week recently released Diplomas Count 2008, a report which finds that three in 10 students who enroll in California public high schools fail to graduate.
A group of Holocaust survivors will personally thank Pope Benedict XVI for the Catholic Church’s intervention in saving their lives in Italy during World War II.