Addressing climate change requires a new approach to get around powerful interest groups.
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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.
Mitt Romney accuses President Obama of bribing key groups of voters with "binders full of contraceptives."
Almost 200 Harvard students entered the HPR's election prediction contest, and predicted a 290 to 248 victory for President Obama.
Mitt Romney's past debates reveal much about his new strategy in the presidential election.
On Sunday, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie predicted, "This whole race is going to be turned upside down come Thursday morning.” Four HPR writers sound off on Christie's forecast, their debate expectations, and more.
Conor Friedersdorf's pledge not to vote for Obama is a faulty moral calculation.
The debates will be a defining moment for the election and a tough one for Romney to win.
There's not much real drama in the presidential debates.
Chris Christie's big "turnaround" story is almost certainly a fairy tale.
The debate will decide little and say even less.