Nicky Woolf is a freelance writer based in the US who has formerly worked for the Guardian and the New Statesman. He tweets @NickyWoolf.
An unforced error by Trump's incoming secretary of state may have removed even the meagre possibility of a meaningful response to Assad's atrocities.
Russia warns of “consequences” and Corbyn speaks out after jets hit targets in Syria.
Arguing against intervention, Jeremy Corbyn chose to quote James Mattis rather than John Bolton.
Mark Zuckerberg's supposed blockbuster grilling by Congress was the bust it was always going to be, and he went home victorious largely by default.
The influential Republican suffered many indignities at Trump’s hands, but gritted his teeth and achieved the tax cuts of his dreams.
As always with Trump’s morning tweetstorms, the chain of custody for the idea is not difficult to track.
As the site’s embattled CEO Mark Zuckerberg prepares to testify before US legislators, the biggest questions facing his company remain unaddressed.
If we can’t live without them, shouldn’t social networks be public utilities, rather than private companies?
The president activated the National Guard after news reports of 1,000 people from Honduras travelling towards the US.
Calling out vice-presidents, denying affairs and appointing the most hawkish of hawks.