Sophie McBain is North America correspondent for the New Statesman. She was previously an assistant editor at the New Statesman.
The First Daughter, like the rest of the Trump family, believes the law should not apply to her.
A new documentary profiles women’s rights advocates in Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria
Civil rights groups will not miss Sessions, but the manner of his departure and its potential consequences are deeply troubling
It benefits the American right to characterise campus culture wars as debates over “free speech”, when often they are not.
As of this morning, Brian Kemp was leading by about 75,000 votes in the gubernatorial race. Between January and August this year, he cancelled more than 85,000 voter registrations.
The rise of the flavoured sparkling water has been aided by increasing health-consciousness across the US.
The midterm elections on Tuesday swept a record number of women and ethnic minorities into elected office.
The odds are good for Democrats running for Congress, but who still trusts the polls?
A progressive Democratic “blue wave” isn’t only something we’re waiting for on election day. It’s already happened.
With his opponent embroiled in a corruption scandal, the Medicare-for-all candidate who says "my existence is a resistance" suddenly has a shot at success.