The latest flare up of violence in the US is a reminder that the election of the first black president did not herald a new age of post-racial harmony.
So a Clinton-Trump general election is assured – a historically unpopular match-up based on their current favourability ratings.
There was supposed to be a ceiling above which Trump’s popular support could not climb.
Although Sanders will not be mathematically eliminated until California apportions its delegates, the numbers are getting more and more implausible.
The “Atlantic bridge” between the US and the UK looks creakier than anyone could have predicted.
What the rise of Trump tells us about our failing politics.
Sanders has shown that you can make a serious run for the presidency without corporate cash.
One reason why Dolezal makes us angry is we suspect that by identifying as black she has had “the best of both worlds”. But that's not the only reason.
During an interview, the Democratic presidential candidate struggled to explain how he’d implement his policies.
Defeat in Wisconsin has put Trump on the brink.
The Carrier furnace plant has been a staple of Donald Trump’s stump speech for nearly two months.
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