The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has told a lower court to reconsider whether the state voter ID law could disenfranchise voters—in the process, raising the bar for the state.
Supporting Islamist democracies might actually be the best way to win friends in the region.
Ankara may be the capital, but as its diplomatic power grows, Turkey's first city remains the jewel of the Bosporus.
A spoof of the magazine’s infamously sensational cover stories
How does teacher pay compare to other professions, and in big school systems across the country?
The fence along the U.S.–Mexico boundary has helped reduce the flow of illegal immigrants, but the human and environmental toll has been enormous.
A Prospect reporter's dispatch from the annual Values Voter Summit in Washington, D.C.
He actually could talk about health care. But he won't.
The terrible record of a central conservative tenet
One year of Occupy
The progressive movement is the real counterpoint to the Tea Party, and it was made much stronger by the 99 percent's successful attempt to change the conversation on inequality.
Republicans talk very differently about the tax policy of the past and the tax policy of the future.
In 2008, 2.2 million Americans couldn't cast ballots because their voter registration was messed up. One in four aren't registered at all. There may be a solution—and one that should please both left and right.
$153 million in television ads and counting
To block financial regulations, industries and their congressional allies delay, delay, delay—and if necessary, sue.