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Emily Tamkin is the New Statesman’s US editor
How hatred and conspiracy have been normalised in American political life.
Why the southern state continues to cause hope and heartache for Democrats.
Two unexpected developments have forced me (tentatively) to reconsider my initial prediction about how 3 November will end.
With eight days to go until the presidential election, Republicans confirm Barrett to a lifetime appointment.
More ballots have already been cast in Texas than were cast in that state for Donald Trump alone in 2016.
Critical race theory has been denounced by Donald Trump and by the Conservative Party – but what does it stand for?
Though the US president interrupted far less than in the first debate, he was even more misleading.
But this election is remarkable not for the ways in which it is like 2016, but for the ways in which it is different.
Voters in the midwestern state are more aware, informed, energised and empowered than they were in 2016.
Under Obama, Biden spoke of transforming Sino-American relations with trade – but now he talks of “getting tough” on China.