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
The exposure of refugees being sold as slaves in Libya raises uncomfortable questions about our national debt of conscience
Poet Malika Booker talks politics at the Manchester Literature Festival
How the gory, magical escapism of ‘Game of Thrones’ lost out to a White House in chaos
We talk to our editorial team one last time to let loose on all our media-based frustrations
America needs a real opposition to Donald Trump, not the plastic exterior of President George W. Bush’s recent resurgence in popularity
Centrists across the Western world must come together in opposition of current political tactics that point us towards an uncertain future, writes Liam O’Brien
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 US president’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel is to be met with demonstrations by pro-Palestine student groups
The last time levels were this high was three to five million years ago
Select NFL players are taking a stand by taking a knee.
We must ‘go beyond simplistic notions of madness, religion, and love. Instead, we must turn to issues of poverty, crime, drugs, alienation, integration, and more’
We ought to understand ourselves, then engage with our families, friends, and communities before taking to the streets in rage