Sophie McBain is North America correspondent for the New Statesman. She was previously an assistant editor at the New Statesman.
The close-run Georgia gubernatorial race between Democrat Stacey Abrams and Republican Brian Kemp has become a battle over who should have the right to vote.
Kim says he was inspired to run in reaction to the incumbent Republican Tom MacArthur’s efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
The formidable fundraiser hopes to unseat a Republican who has represented Ohio’s first district for over two decades.
The violent tone of political discourse in the US can have deadly, real-life consequences - and the president is one of the worst perpetrators.
Watching her mother die of cancer convinced Eastman to run as a Medicare-for-All candidate. She will be testing the idea that progressives can win even in red-leaning states.
Escobar will likely be the first Latina to represent Texas in Congress. She’s sure she can turn the red state blue if she can persuade traditional non-voters turn out.
A recurring pattern during the Trump administration has been that while public outrage can be effective in the short-term, it rarely brings about long-term policy changes.
Over ten months, three writers submitted 20 deliberately ridiculous papers to peer-reviewed academic journals specialising in critical theory.
The brutal killing of a Saudi journalist has exposed so many Western observers as fools for buying into the Saudi crown prince's own hype.
The registered nurse would be the first woman and the first African-American to represent her district.