Democratic State Senator Katherine Clark looks out at the crowd at her victory party Tuesday night following her election to the U.S House of Representatives.
Congresswoman-elect Katherine Clark addresses a gaggle of supporters and members of the media at her victory party Tuesday night.
Democratic State Senator Katherine Clark will fill Massachusetts's Fifth Congressional District seat, replacing U.S. Senator Edward J. Markey.
The American media now portrays Muslims with the same negativity that it does North Korea and Moammar Gadhafi, founder and CEO of Media Tenor International Roland Schatz told a crowded CGIS auditorium Thursday.
You Could Do Worse: An Interview with UC President and Vice President Candidates Clark and Mayopoulos
Samuel B. Clark ’15 and Gus A. Mayopoulos ’15 promise a new era of leadership and ambition, fueled by an unorthodox approach that threatens to challenge our notions of student-led politics. Here they are, in their own words.
During a panel discussion titled “Too Many Checks, No Balance: Partisan Brinkmanship or a Shrinking Presidency?,” Patterson and David King, a lecturer at the Kennedy School, discussed the roots of the current political gridlock and its impact on American society.
Antonio R. Villaraigosa sits in an armchair at the Institute of Politics, his hair slicked back. The former Mayor of Los Angeles and 2012 Chairman of the Democratic National Convention, now a visiting fellow at Harvard's Institute of Politics, is ever the genial politician as he sits down with Fifteen Minutes.
A month after the Obama administration launched a fault-ridden website for healthcare services, technology and politics expert Clay Shirky pointed out errors in the planning and implementation of HealthCare.gov.
Three tickets are vying to be the Undergraduate Council President and Vice President next year, according to Election Commission Chair Wesley K. Chen ’14.
While the American health care system may seem to be beyond repair, there may be a way to fix it, Massachusetts gubernatorial candidate Donald M. Berwick ’68 told an audience on Monday.
Residents of Cambridge will head to the polls Tuesday for the city’s biennial municipal elections, which will place nine delegates on Cambridge’s City Council and six delegates on the School Committee.
The United States’ current policy toward intervention in post-conflict countries is often ineffective, according to Andrew Radin, a research fellow in the Harvard Kennedy School’s International Security Program.
Whether you're a Con Law student prepping for your next paper or a 1L cramming for Civil Procedure, be careful while you research—your materials might very well be rotting away.
Audience members at the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum on Monday night watched a political advertisement in which a middle-aged man from Indiana recounted the loss of his job. Aided by sorrowful background music and black-and-white stills of a closed power plant, the man explained that 2012 presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s firm, Bain Capital, made $100 million off of his personal tragedy.
Former Los Angeles mayor Antonio Villaraigosa (right) is talking about his past and current political experiences with current IOP fellow Ana Navarro at the Harvard Kennedy School on Thursday, Oct. 24.