Before long, it may become impossible to be anonymous.
Obama's NSA reforms are a start, but they don't go far enough.
How Stevie Wonder and Coretta Scott King worked in perfect harmony to beat Jesse Helms and create a national holiday.
Beware the Euro-Terminators.
Cell phone metadata is nothing compared to what will be gathered about you before long. And the NSA wants it all.
Jimmy LaSalvia was the media's "go-to" gay GOPer. Now that he's left the party, he tells the Prospect what that was like.
George Miller calls it quits.
It’s a dark place.
A real scandal needs serious malfeasance and high administration involvement. None of Obama's scandals have had both.
The fate of Massachusetts's buffer-zone law doesn't look promising after yesterday's Supreme Court oral arguments.
2014 is shaping up to be just like every year before it, filled with people in politics and media unwilling or unable to recognize nuance.
There will be an active debate on the Democratic side, but none on the Republican side.
Companies like Comcast and Verizon just won a huge victory in the courts. Will it destroy the Web? Probably not, but it won't be good.
Producers often use sexual assault to heighten drama, but depictions of sexual violence offer a greater opportunity to educate viewers.
Marginalized groups are often governments' test subjects. Here are a few lessons we can learn from their experiences.