How the Crimea conflict plays out aboard the International Space Station.
On the Newsstand:Barack Obama
In light of Putin’s aggression, the question remains whether President Obama’s foreign policy deals effectively with crises like Ukraine or not.
Halperin and Heilemann capture a degree of insight that even the most well-informed of historians would envy.
Millennials perceive a difference where none exists.
Obamacare’s fate, as well as its namesake’s legacy, will depend on informing and persuading the uninsured to sign up.
Just before this edition of the HPR went to press, the U.S. federal government remained shut down, a victim of allegedly irreconcilable differences between our political parties. The shutdown may be the stuff of history textbooks, but a few weeks earlier, there was another remarkable occurrence, this time a cross-continental op-ed submission. Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia, felt compelled ... Read More
The rollout has exposed the Administration's problematic communications flaws.
The Administration's health care rollout displays a failure in oversight.
The cancellation of inadequate insurance plans is actually a success of the ACA.
The benefits of a single-payer system go far beyond fixing rollout issues.
HPR writers discuss the real issues surrounding the botched rollout of the Affordable Care Act.
Raising the minimum wage would hurt impoverished, unemployed Americans.
Between the shutdown and the 2014 midterms, a small window of opportunity has emerged