In the face-off with the country, the best lesson from the past is that diplomatic compromise doesn't require appeasement.
Is the left or right currently winning the contraception fight?
As a bill requiring transvaginal sonograms passes in Virginia, Texas goes about implementing the version that it passed last year.
It suffices to say that Republican attacks on birth control are electoral suicide.
A multiracial group of young people are fighting to end the NYPD's stop-and-frisk program.
Their system works, but that doesn't mean it involves orders given and orders received.
For now, voters aren't too keen on the generic Republican.
Supreme Court preview: When can the government try you twice for the same offense? When can it put you in jail for fibbing?
The 2012 GOP race divides along class lines.
Thom Hartmann is taking on the Beltway, while trying to keep his outsider cred intact.
The frontrunner is weakened, but Rick Santorum is still a longshot to win the nomination.
In the third of a four-part series, the Prospect looks at where the GOP presidential candidates are headed.
While a compromise was reached on the maps for the state Senate, Texas' primary will be later than anyone was hoping.
Democrats and labor unions see a rare victory as Florida Senate votes down the measure.
The former Massachusetts governor might run out of donors before the primary is over.