Tweeting Protest: Organization and Mobilization in the New Administration

With just a few tweets, Twitter activists can spark widespread protests that lead to real change in Washington.

Samuel Plank | July 24, 2017

Artificially Intelligent Criminal Justice Reform

Whether we like it or not, AI is coming with many of its more positive consequences for the U.S. criminal justice system.

Vinay Iyengar | July 23, 2017

Race and Partisanship: Interview with T.W. Shannon

"Politics is group sport. It is the ultimate team sport."

Andrew Zucker | July 22, 2017

An Imperfect Union: The Case for a Second Constitutional Convention

Congress should look to fix the structural issues of an outdated Constitution with a Second Constitutional Convention.

Samarth Desai | July 20, 2017

HPR Talk: Episode 2, Summer 2017

Senior Multimedia Editor Sebastian Reyes leads a roundtable discussion with Alisha Ukani, Akshaya Annapragada, and Saranya Vijaykumar on technology and various exciting applications thereof.

Sebastian Reyes, James Blanchfield and Sarah Tisdall | July 19, 2017

Science, Sensationalized: How the Press Undermines Research Funding

The press has endangered the role of the federal government in funding the basic research that lays the foundations for major scientific discoveries.

Katherine Ho | July 13, 2017