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With the French opposition divided between at least four camps, next year’s election is the president’s to lose.
If the nominee is confirmed, five of the nine justices on the court will have been appointed by presidents who lost the popular vote.
Biden is not a natural progressive, which makes it hard for the Republicans to demonise him as an America-hating radical.
Donald Trump's campaign does not appear to know how to go after Harris. Perhaps that’s why his supporters have returned to a tried-and-tested line of attack.
The reborn progressive movement is determined to wield its influence and transform the Democratic Party from within.
This election year, everything is unprecedented and nothing is inevitable.
Fewer than half of Warren’s supporters may defect to the second-placed senator.
The former vice-president’s victory in Texas and eight other states makes him the unambiguous favourite to take on Donald Trump.
Why the Democratic presidential frontrunner may be best described as a “class-struggle social democrat”.
The former vice-president has dented Sanders’ momentum but his rise may have come too late for him to win the nomination.
As well as mobilising a radical movement, the Democratic candidate should offer reassurance to centrist voters.