The former secretary of state landed some solid blows on the tycoon but in the age of post-truth politics what matters more is how people feel.
... unfortunately, one of them is this: stop using the word "Brexit".
A lorry ploughed into a crowd of people celebrating in Nice, in what officials say was a terrorist attack.
The party platform is shaping up to be even more extreme than many expected.
When we insist on bypassing the individual and condemning the collective, we engage in the same process that made the crimes in Bosnia and Nazi-controlled Europe possible.
The news cycle has become grimly predictable.
The endorsement comes after 14 months of heated rivalry.
Two histories of Isis hope to shed light on the crisis in the Middle East.
The incumbent Liberal party has returned with a narrow majority after the closely-fought Australian election.
Events in Dallas were a long time coming – and the real consequence will be a delayed reckoning for the problem of police violence in the States.
John was 11-years-old when his village was attacked. He is now one of thousands of refugees from the world’s youngest country living in Uganda.
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