Narrowing the voter discrimination issues at stake in Shelby County v. Holder
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The failure to reach a deal on the sequester could have been avoided if our congressional districts were not so gerrymandered.
Members of the HPR staff give their own reactions to the speech and share their favorite moments from the hour.
HPR interviews Hanna Rosin, the author of The End of Men: And the Rise of Women and a national correspondent at The Atlantic.
The HPR talks to Brady Campaign President Dan Gross about gun control, the Newton tragedy, and the NRA.
Bowles-Simpson does not transcend today's political issues but is rather one potential solution among many.
Given the nature of cyberwarfare and the wide gaps in cybersecurity legislation, it remains clear that the American network is at great risk.
Republicans must face political reality heading into the 113th Congress.
If everything goes according to plan, a 51-star flag will be raised over the Capitol on July 4, 2013.
Almost 200 Harvard students entered the HPR's election prediction contest, and predicted a 290 to 248 victory for President Obama.
Who is most directly to blame for the presently unsustainable, and pitiful, state of our nation's infrastructure?
In terms of our infrastructure, we as a country must come to accept the reality staring us straight in the face: we are at a tipping point.
Elizabeth Warren is the right choice for students.