To gain political capital, elected representatives are exploiting the national hysteria over abortion.
The dismantling of Occupy Wall Street's library is a metaphor for how our culture is policed.
"Got all this stuff twirling around in my head," says Republican presidential hopeful.
To think that all those millions of dollars raised should come to this: a man who looks too stupid t
"Highlights" of the Republican candidate's bizarre speech has notched up over 1m views on YouTube.
Republican candidate fails to answer the crucial question of whether his accusers were paid off.
Everyone in Brooklyn seems to be writing something.
After a series of poor performances, the Texas governor will pull out of some debates. It is a high
Osborne may soon no longer be able to boast that the UK is doing better than the US.
The everyman who became the hero of rightwing America hopes to enter House of Representatives.
Income inequality in the United States is at the highest level since 1928.
The top 1 per cent now take home 23.5 per cent of all income.
The President is leading the US at the head of a pack of western nations intent on the new scramble to exploit Africa’s resources. Their chief aim? To squeeze a China hungry for raw materials.
When it comes to raising cash, the President is streets ahead of his Republican rivals
The US president needs to recognise the resentments that have sparked the 99% movement.
The surprise front-runner continues to pick up momentum.
Rick Perry isn't the first presidential candidate to be embarrassed by a turbulent preacher.
The Secretary of State's decision to leave front-line politics poses a challenge for her boss.
The former Massachusetts governor defends the interests of the rich and powerful at all costs.
Texas Governor on the offensive in dramatic new video invites charges of desperation.
Is Mormonism a "cult" or just the great American religion?
On a cold, wet Sunday morning, Manhattan's financial district is full of zombies.
There has clearly been a concerted effort by a wealthy elite to bring us to our current state of pla
As Barack Obama’s popularity wanes, a 62-year-old Harvard law professor and grandmother is emerging
More Americans trust Mitt Romney on the economy than they do the President, if a new poll is to be b
Ending months of speculation, the former vice-presidential candidate rules herself out of the race.
The New Jersey Governor's decision not to stand for the 2012 GOP candidacy makes life much easier fo
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