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Emily Tamkin is the New Statesman’s US editor
Scientists predict that infections in Washington, DC, will increase as the weather cools and people take their gatherings indoors.
Demographics have shifted over time, but that doesn’t mean voting patterns have changed with them.
A progressive contender in the race to chair the House Foreign Affairs Committee is already changing the conversation.
If Biden wins he will inherit an economic crisis and divided society. He should seize the chance to build something better than what we had before Trump.
The greatest threat to American norms in this presidential election is the president himself.
The suburbs are more diverse, more foreign and poorer than Republican hyperventilation allows.
This year's RNC showed that in place of a policy platform, the Republican Party is relying on personality and power.
There are three key reasons to question the new consensus that Joe Biden will become president.
The Democrats will soon learn whether their big tent strategy can hold dramatically different desires.
How the arrest of Trump’s former adviser on fraud charges highlights a wider culture of political manipulation.