Hillary Clinton this week became the first woman nominated for the presidency by a major party. But not even a century ago, the idea that a woman could even be part of the establishment was laughable
In a climate of Black Lives Matter protests and the growing white backlash, some African Americans feel the answer is not gun control but to arm themselves
Despite ideological differences, there are eerie similarities between the late socialist strongman and the Manhattan billionaire – and warnings to heed
Many draw parallels with what they call Britain’s ill-suited relationship with Europe and frustration in Texas with US government
Expected to be the clear frontrunner but after a terrible week, Hillary Clinton is still trading blows with Bernie Sanders as the Donald Trump menace grows
Voters may be convinced by Trump’s words the economy. That could spell trouble for his opponent if it is Hillary Clinton.
Financial meltdown, environmental disaster and even the rise of Donald Trump – neoliberalism has played its part in them all. Why has the left failed to come up with an alternative?
As news outlets point fingers at ‘the media’ for Donald Trump’s popularity, the irony is not lost on Mona Chalabi, who explains that headlines are only part of the story
We asked Guardian readers who are voting for Trump why they support him. From firm conservatives to fed-up liberals, their answers were revealing
Outsiders of right & left are channelling frustration with political establishment as seeds sown by Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street bear fruit in popular movements.