The New Populists

The rise and fall of Zuccotti Park—and the future of the movement it birthed

The Shook One

The once unflappable Mitt Romney has lost his cool.

Calm, Cool, and Collected

At this weekend's GOP debate, a restrained Newt Gingrich dominates the field.

Britain Hesitates

David Cameron's veto of an EU integration plan reveals England's deep skepticism about the union.

From London, With Angst

Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy chronicles the last days of Britain as a superpower.

Crash Diet

Obama still has time to redeem his food-production policy.

Occupy Our Ovaries

You heard it here first: The Plan B backlash is coming.

Republicans' Governing Glossary

In this edition: the term for gutting government agencies by stalling on nominees

B Is for Betrayal

At a time when women's reproductive rights are under attack on many fronts, the last thing we need is for the Obama administration to join in.

The Wrong Fix

The deal to save the eurozone will hurt countries that can afford it the least.

Starving Homophobia

Is it right to deny foreign aid to countries that discriminate against gays and lesbians?

Made in America — Again

Leaders discuss returning manufacturing to the U.S. in a Prospect roundtable.

Europe's Deal: So Who Wins?

The proposed solution to Europe's debt crisis may save the euro, but it does little to regulate the financial industry.

Do Kagan and Sotomayor Bleed Blue?

For Obama's Supreme Court appointees, a case involving the right to face one's accuser provides an important litmus test on civil liberties.

Obama Takes Cues from Occupy

In a speech this afternoon, President Obama takes a page from Occupy Wall Street and attacks income inequality and those who enable it.