Integrating Health Care And Housing To Promote Healthy Aging

Housing / News May 23, 2016
Ensuring a safe, age-friendly home and utilizing the home as a potential site of care for seniors should be seen as important policy objectives to support care management.

America's elderly desperately need more affordable housing

Health / News May 22, 2016
Greater integration of our health care and housing systems will be essential to improve health outcomes for older adults and enable millions of Americans to age in place.

How the Middle East was invented

National Security / News May 19, 2016
Much has been made of how European imperial powers reshaped the Middle East, a transformation often said to have begun 100 years ago this week when France and Britain signed the Sykes-Picot agreement.

Mike Rogers and Jason Grumet on Cybersecurity, Shifting Digital Economy

National Security / News May 18, 2016
P.O.T.U.S. host Tim Farley sat down with BPC President Jason Grumet and former Rep. Mike Rogers to explore the opportunities and challenges of the digital economy.

US intelligence: Foreign hackers spying on campaigns

National Security / News May 18, 2016
Hacking was rampant in 2008, according to U.S. intelligence officials, and both President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney were targets of Chinese cyberattacks four years later.

Intel chief: Presidential campaigns under cyber attack

National Security / News May 18, 2016
Few people imagined the possibility that private companies would have to stand up to nation states like China, which has been implicated in the theft of company information.

John Fortier on VP Selection Process, Possible Picks for Clinton and Trump

Governance / News May 16, 2016
John Fortier, director of BPC's Democracy Project, joined One America News Network’s Liz Wheeler to discuss the vice presidential selection process.

The Private Sector Can Improve Our Crumbling Infrastructure

Finance / News May 16, 2016
For a nation that thrives on competition and leading others, we have fallen too far behind in our roads, bridges, waterways, and airports just to name a few.

Could Different Borders Have Saved the Middle East?

National Security / News May 14, 2016
That Western imperialism had a malignant influence on the course of Middle Eastern history is without a doubt. But is Sykes-Picot the right target for this ire?

The Downfall of a Pragmatic Republican

Governance / News May 10, 2016
The death of former Sen. Robert Bennett reminded Washington of the first visible stirrings of the unrest that Trump has now ridden to the top of his party.