Why officials need to confront the politics of public-private partnerships in order to tackle much-needed projects.
How complete is the recovery from the Great Recession? Look to wages, not the jobless rate.
To ask if the rogue Republican’s surge is good for Democrats is the wrong question.
A lot has happened on the labor beat in the past year, and a lot of it good. Here's a look at the Prospect's coverage of workers' rights and unions since last Labor Day.
Right-wing, anti-immigrant nationalism has been on the rise in Europe. Can EU leaders still learn from history?
From minimum-wage increases to the recent NLRB ruling, the past year has given workers cause for celebration. But the fight against inequality continues.
In the precarious new economy, no profession is safe from casualization.
Will the Iran fight make it easier for Democratic politicians to criticize the occupation?
As many as 15 million workers may soon be eligible for overtime protection for the first time in decades.
Anyone serious about countering extremism in the Middle East should be doing much more for refugees.
Both an asset and a danger to the Patriarchy Party, she’s marshaled the right’s anti-choice women to shame the fellas into letting her play.
A game-changing decision from the NLRB, Uber drivers launch a class-action lawsuit, and the struggle to pay tuition on minimum wage.
How the Fed can jump-start much-needed public investment.
No matter what Hillary does, the media thirst for scandal will be unquenched.
While a handful of small programs have taken steps toward promoting diversity, desegregation has remained absent from Obama's signature education initiatives.