Do altruistic groups always beat selfish groups? A new book claims they do.
The Democrats may now be turning to a long-stalled agenda for working parents.
Renewable energy companies have formed a coalition to repower the country after its massive earthquake.
How America became preoccupied with higher education’s bottom line.
At the Prospect's 25th anniversary gala, Senator Warren explains why we don't have to sacrifice economic justice for sustainable growth.
Support from unions and public-education advocates won Jim Kenney the primary election, despite $7 million in outside spending for his opponent.
Activist Linda Sarsour on the Arab American struggle against police brutality.
What a serious desegregation policy might look like.
Why the crackdown on wage theft could be a sign of labor's growing strength.
It's not about "defense."
The mortgage collapse was an entirely avoidable crisis—a brew of elite financial lobbying and bad policy.
The tension between religiosity and secular government goes back to the nation’s founding.
Reflecting on a quarter century of politics and change.
When the outsider battles her way in, a corrective voice is heard.
The question isn't so much whether candidates will admit what a disaster Iraq was, but what they've learned from the experience.