Sophie McBain is North America correspondent for the New Statesman. She was previously an assistant editor at the New Statesman.
From tech to transport, women are overlooked in a world not designed for them.
A $25 million college admissions bribery scheme exposed by the FBI reveals the rot in America’s education system.
Is there any experience that better encapsulates modern anxieties than hurtling through space thousands of feet above solid ground?
Workers are put at high risk of anxiety and burnout, while consumers are emboldened to behave aggressively.
What the left-wing Massachusetts senator’s anti-big money stance tells us about the power and limits of small donations.
Here’s what we from the House Oversight Committee’s grilling of the president’s former attorney and fixer.
The president’s former fixer is reportedly planning to expose Trump’s “lies, racism and cheating” before the House Oversight Committee on Wednesday. Here’s what to watch out for.
Sanders should step back and throw his weight behind the candidate he believes will best advance his legacy.
The self-described master of the art of the deal is a very sore loser.
Belief in self-improvement is written into the national DNA – but in the Trump era hope has been replaced by a narrative of poverty and decline.