Sophie McBain is a freelance writer based in New York. She was previously an assistant editor at the New Statesman.
When we try to be more British we frequently end up sounding more French.
Stormy Daniels appeared in court for a hearing in the case against Michael Cohen, Trump’s long-time attorney, whose home was raided last week by the FBI.
Unanswered questions leave some still asking, could she topple the president?
His own fortune is down to luck, but now Hughes is helping to fund research into ending poverty in the US.
For many Dreamers, the children of undocumented immigrants, America is the only home they have ever known.
My daughter was one of four million babies born last year in the US, the most dangerous country in the developed world to give birth.
You can now play with a keyboard that has been “pre-trained” to riff on topics such as Blue Planet, beauty ads and John Keats poems.
Two books, Alt-America and Making Sense of the Alt-Right, explore a world of white resentment.
Online data suggests explicit racism is far more widespread than we thought.
More people “speak” emoji than English.