How can talks succeed when, throughout the negotiations, Israel is building on the very land that would comprise a Palestinian state?
Both kinds of justices take into account whether they're sympathetic to the plaintiff, not just what the Constitution demands. But a new study shows "in-group bias" much more in evidence among the conservatives.
Elijah Cummings, ranking member of the Benghazi Select Committee, says the Republicans are keeping information from them and limiting access to witnesses.
The death of the labor movement has been repeatedly predicted as an imminent event for more than a century. Yet it lives, and is getting stronger.
The new approach may spring from good intentions, but is undermined by a lack of affordable housing stock.
By calling the question on austerity, the Greeks have done the rest of Europe a huge service.
Once hailed as the GOP’s top intellectual and reformer, the Louisiana governor headlined a gathering organized and sponsored by some of the most extreme figures in the party.
The iconoclast from Vermont plans to use his place as opposition leader on the Senate Budget Committee in a whole new way.
The labor movement has been growing while shrinking—growing through organizing.
She's all for the fetus, until it's born and needs health insurance. Or anything.
The author took issue in the Prospect with Harvard's new guidelines for disciplinary proceedings in campus rape cases. Alexandra Brodsky offered an opposing view on our website.
A risky attack in Syria could be the prime minister's electoral strategy—whatever the cost to Israel.
Memo to Joni Ernst: You really need to follow up the tale of long-ago hard times with some specifics about what you want to do now.
School investigations don’t look like trials because they aren’t supposed to.
None of Obama's proposals will fundamentally change the distribution of wealth and power in America.