Sophie McBain is North America correspondent for the New Statesman. She was previously an assistant editor at the New Statesman.
Despite almost-weekly death threats, New Jersey’s Attorney General wants to use his platform to resist the Trump administration.
The Trump administration announced it will resettle no more than 30,000 refugees next year; aid agencies say the US is “abdicating humanitarian leadership”.
The Democratic Socialist won despite a bizarre and bumpy campaign, but other high-profile insurgent candidates lost in New York’s primaries.
A new book reveals how the private obsessions of a mother and daughter launched a global movement.
A clash with the New Yorker magazine has led to Trump’s former strategy chief being called a fascist. But what is the driving force behind the arch-nationalist?
How a group for libertarian law students founded in 1982 has come to dominate the judicial nomination process.
Kim Brooks left her four-year-old son alone in her car for a few minutes – and a stranger called the police.
Her first debate with Andrew Cuomo will prove a critical test for the former Sex and the City star and education activist, who is trailing in the polls.
Everything we know about the president and his relationship with his former attorney and fixer, in chronological order.
The 28-year-old Democrat is set to become the youngest woman ever elected to Congress - and is determined to tilt US politics leftwards.