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Nov 29, 2017

Paul Frymer, a professor of politics at Princeton University and the director of the Program in Law and Public Affairs at the...

Nov 29, 2017

Photographers are often on the front lines of war, risking their lives to document deadly conflict zones. One such photojournalist is Jonathan Alpeyrie, a French-American photographer who was captured and held hostage by Syrian rebels in 2013. 

Nov 15, 2017

Democrats triumphed in the Virginia and New Jersey gubernatorial races Nov. 7, which some say is a strong rebuke to Republican President Donald Trump. Are the democratic victories a predictor of what’s to come in the midterm results next year?

Nov 15, 2017

Uwe Reinhardt, one of the nation’s leading health care economists and beloved Princeton University professor, died Monday, Nov. 13.

Nov 14, 2017

Surveys are a part of our everyday lives — from customer service telephone surveys and retail email surveys to the official U.S. Census. Many surveys are designed to inform important research on issues that affect many lives.

Nov 8, 2017

Sonya Smith, who has served in senior admission positions at Princeton University and Stanford University, joins Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs as director of graduate admissions,...

Nov 8, 2017

In this episode, Julian Zelizer and Sam Wang take a look back at the past year and analyze all that has unfolded since Donald Trump was elected president of the United States.

Nov 6, 2017

Oil production by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) steadily declined between 2014 and 2016, indicating that the group was financing itself in other ways, like taxation or extortion.

Nov 2, 2017
Given the news consistently coming out of Washington, it can be easy to forget what’s happening at the local level. In this episode, Julian Zelizer and Sam Wang turn their attention toward Alaska, a state whose budget has been especially affected by steep drops in oil prices. They discuss this and more with state Rep.
Nov 1, 2017

As a Princeton University undergraduate, Alisa Tiwari '14 evaluated New York City’s controversial stop-and-frisk program for her senior thesis.

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