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After Netanyahu’s embrace of Trump and annexation, the case for change is gaining ground among US Jews.
The president is resorting to racism in the hope that his fervent supporters will savour it and the media will focus on it.
From a paralysed Congress to a growing number of conservative judges, legal experts are concerned about the US presidency’s expanding scope.
More than half of Americans would be locked down if the US followed Germany’s Covid-19 rules.
As global lockdowns lift, prospects for the natural world look more fraught than ever.
Delays, mail-vote mistrust and polling station cuts all bode ill for November’s presidential race.
There is no obvious justification for naming the writer and psychiatrist but we shouldn’t rush to judgement without all the facts.
US legal scholar Lawrence Douglas has examined how well prepared American political institutions are for a president who doesn't want to go.
His critics may be tempted to laugh, but Trump has shown, time and again, that he is not so easy to bring down.
Exploring the legacy of the Harlem Renaissance writer, who went on to influence generations of writers, from Toni Morrison to Bernardine Evaristo.
For the author of The End of Policing, defunding the police is the starting point; the goal is abolition.