The road to Capitol hill was paved with bad intentions. Malicious people, confederate flags and violence never symbolise anything else, says Archie Earle.
Laura Thompson investigates just how seriously we should be taking conspiracy theories…
Tallulah Brennan questions whether we must maintain a pretence of politeness in government despite some of their morally dubious policies
Due to a combination of unlikeable protagonists and questionable toning, Bombshell is unable to realise the potential that its cast and subject matter deserves, writes James McCafferty
As the World Series draws to a close, Harry Deacon rounds up all of the action
Almost simultaneously Boris Johnson’s suspension of Parliament was ruled unlawful and Democrats in the US launched an impeachment investigation into President Donald Trump. There are many in both the UK and the US who hope this might be the beginning of the end for the two kindred leaders. But even if it is, our countries’ […]
As the first graphic novel ever to make it onto the Man Booker Prize long list, Sabrina explores the nastier side of conspiracies
Parkland might seem to have shaken the United States, but the gun debate will go on as insoluble as ever
The exposure of refugees being sold as slaves in Libya raises uncomfortable questions about our national debt of conscience
Biden’s narrowing Latino vote didn’t matter much in this election, but he must do more to reach out to communities if he’s going to win a second term
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy explores Trump’s shock victory, the 2020 polls, and possible scenarios that could ensue after the US presidential election – for instance, if Trump loses, will he actually go away?
After a difficult year, the USA is facing an election which questions who they are as a nation
Dolly Busby reviews Gameshow’s Nuclear Future, the portrayal of family in a post-nuclear apocalyptic landscape
Archie Earle delves into an analysis of the most recent Democratic Primary debate in the US
The Democrats flipped the House of Representatives, but American politics remains bitterly divided as the Republicans extended their Senate advantage
Alexandra Walker argues that the #MeToo movement is in danger of normalising cases of sexual assault which could contribute towards the lack of protest in the Republican party against Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation as Supreme Court Justice.
Donald Trump is the peace movement’s greatest enemy, but he could become its greatest asset, writes CND volunteer Lily Sheehan