Once the campaign is over, it will be clear that this was a trailer for the blockbuster show that follows.
When an update is made to the Harry Potter universe, it makes news around the world – whether for good reasons or bad.
American populism is nothing new – Donald Trump could be reading from a script prepared in 1854.
Cruz threatens liberalism but Trump threatens democracy.
Harry Jaffe's new book sets out to discover how a “74-year-old Jewish guy from Brooklyn” ended up appealing to college students, farmers and factory hands as a potential president.
The birther movement becomes the girther movement.
Plus: junior doctors sold into slavery, and a new day for newspapers.
Whatever you think of Clinton as a politician, it's undeniable that she has been castigated for her ambition in a way her male rival has not.
One is the much-mocked outsider who has put a spring in the step of the grasroots, while horrifying an elite that has lost two elections in a row. The other is Jeremy Corbyn.
Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton is all-but-inevitable.
The question now is whether Trump can do to Hillary Clinton what he did to the Republican establishment.
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