February is Black History Month, and the Meridian Center for Cultural Diplomacy celebrated by highlighting Black leaders in diplomacy, while recognizing the ongoing struggle to advance racial equity here in the United States.
The Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act of 2018 includes a requirement that each agency develop an evidence-building plan to guide its research and evaluation efforts. This plan is often referred to as a “learning agenda.”
President Biden and Vice President Harris have a rare opportunity to unite the newly Democratic House and Senate to expand health care access, including revisiting the ACA and Medicaid, writes Madison Chapman. Here’s what that might mean for people affected by infertility in the U.S.— the “would-be” mothers.
When President John F. Kennedy created the U.S. Agency for International Development in 1961, he could not have imagined that helping other countries develop would be such an unpredictable, ever-changing task.
The Partnership for Public Service has joined with a coalition of civil society organizations to form CapitolStrong, a new initiative that aims to strengthen and invest in the institution of Congress and the people who work there.
Fulfilling a campaign promise, President Biden signed an executive order Friday afternoon rescinding a series of orders issued by former President Trump aimed at gutting federal employee unions and stripping federal workers of their civil service protections.