Some preemptive reassurance for liberals.
The Republican fantasy of Barack Obama's "divisiveness"
After weeks of false attacks on welfare, Romney has lost the benefit of the doubt.
Even if the controversial law is fast-tracked to the state Supreme Court, election officials will not be ready to implement it fairly before Election Day.
Criterion Collection has released the famed author's not-so-famed entries into the film canon.
How should we think about Lance Armstrong now?
"Jobs" will be the talk of the GOP gathering, but at the heart of the party's platform is a fear and loathing of women's sexuality.
Trying to bring back the gold standard—just another sign the current Republican Party isn't quite from this century.
What billionaires do with their money.
It's absurd to believe otherwise.
The former president makes his election-year debut with ad promoting Obama.
The Prospect tells you what's in store for election day, when three states are slated to consider allowing same-sex nuptials.
Mustering up outrage over the nothingness that is the GOP presidential candidate's platform makes as much sense as mustering up outrage over a galactic black hole.
What do women want? Mitt, that's what.