While the NRA proved unhelpful, paranoid constituents really stopped gun control legislation.
On the Newsstand:Senate
The former senator from Indiana considers his legacy, weighs the greatest U.S. national security threat, and diagnoses the GOP.
The HPR sits down with Professor Theda Skocpol to discuss her recent findings on the Tea Party
HPR writers look at new arrivals in Washington, starting with the Senate.
Mazie Hirono has made history with her election to the Senate; now, she seeks to fill the large shoes of her state's legendary U.S. senators.
Joe Donnelly is looking to create a moderate center in an increasingly partisan Senate.
Deb Fischer talks of bipartisanship, but her record may suggest otherwise.
Ted Cruz arrives in Washington hoping to change the GOP's relationship with Hispanics.
HPR interviews Hanna Rosin, the author of The End of Men: And the Rise of Women and a national correspondent at The Atlantic.
The 2012 Virginia Senate race could guide Washington towards bipartisanship.
Mitt Romney's past debates reveal much about his new strategy in the presidential election.
Scott Brown tries to solve problems instead of throwing stones.