By disenfranchising moderate voters, gerrymandering has hindered centrist third parties. But an upcoming Supreme Court case and new re-districting methods offer hope for reform.
In light of the calls for President Trump’s impeachment, Staff Writer Danny Friedman analyzes the potentially dangerous costs of ousting the president.
As right-to-work continues to gain momentum across the country, Staff Writer and Associate Tech Editor Alisha Ukani and partner Matthew Watson analyze the significant economic and political costs it poses to American workers.
Artificial wombs have the potential to save many lives. However, under current legal precedent set by the Supreme Court, they may also threaten women’s abortion rights.
In the ongoing fight for the rights of transgender students in schools, advocacy groups and schools face challenges in achieving equality for transgender students.
The 2016 election raised many questions about hate in America. To answer them, our country needs a more accurate way of documenting hate crimes.
HPR writers analyze data from the Harvard Public Opinion Project about the political attitudes and beliefs of young Americans.