While the Donald had a powerful message for white workers, Clinton failed to convey a robust pro-worker stance.
From pro- (and anti-) worker ballot measures to state legislature races to unions’ swing-state GOTV, there’s a lot for the labor movement to keep an eye on.
Policy issues have drawn remarkably little notice in this sensation-driven election, but the two candidates’ platforms are as starkly divergent as they have been in a generation.
How a high-tech darling tried, and failed, to get the Clinton campaign to take sides in an intra-Democratic Party race.
The Republican Party will never solve its woman problem until its leaders abandon candidates and policies that seek to rob women of their basic right to make their own child-bearing decisions.
Can't this guy do anything right?
Dreamers want advancement beyond DACA and DAPA.
The absence of an early, focused voter mobilization campaign may be taking a toll.
Corporate interests are funneling hundreds of millions into a dozen state-level gubernatorial battles.
It’s become popular these days to blame Trump’s rise on bigotry and racial animus alone, but that diagnosis misses the important role played by economic anxiety.
On the economic consequences of the Donald.
A Prospect report finds a number of charter schools have non-compete clauses in their contracts, and sue teachers who move to other schools.
Making a conservative case against Trump, Ross Douthat descends into denial about anti-choice violence.
Why transgender became a thing, but transracial did not.
An interview with Joshua Partlow, author of a new book on the Karzai family and the failed U.S. mission in Afghanistan.