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Sophie McBain is North America correspondent for the New Statesman. She was previously an assistant editor at the New Statesman.
How we can control our technology habits.
New immigration leadership, same futile strategy.
Not only is this a monstrous lie, but it could put doctors' and women's lives at risk.
This is the first time a pharmaceutical company and its executives have faced criminal charges for distributing drugs they knew were ending up in the hands of addicts.
New reporting by Politico offers a disturbing insight into the driving force behind the Trump administration’s most contentious anti-immigration policies
With the World Health Organization listing “vaccine hesitancy” among the ten greatest threats to global health in 2019, unfounded fears are endangering health.
A court battle to ensure that animals are legally recognised as people is raising fundamental questions about what it means to be human.
The unanswered questions that will guide our reading of the Special Counsel’s investigation into Russian election interference
The bill didn't pass the committee stage – but it reflects how radical America’s anti-abortion movement has become
The president says he wants to be “tougher” on immigration, but how much tougher can he be?