The incoming House GOP class is the most diverse freshman class for the Republicans in history. The majority of those who won are female.
The fundamental premise of Trumpism, namely that globalisation is bad for ordinary people, is false.
America’s Constitution is remarkable not because it produces a stream of great Presidents, but because it survives the election of so many bad ones.
Johnson’s opponents must avoid the error of supposing it is enough to demonstrate, at least to their own satisfaction, that he is a bad person.
As a woman in Iowa told us: “It’s like the CEO of the company I work for. I don’t care if you’re the nicest guy in the world. I care that I’m going to have a job from day to day.”
Republicans and Democrats are both desperate for the investigation to conclude, but for opposite reasons.
Those who run Russia believe themselves to be in a ‘political war’ with the West. We need to treat the Kremlin as a threat rather than an irritant.
If Hillary and Remain had won, using the same methods, would anyone at the Guardian or the BBC have cared a bean about Cambridge Analytica’s behaviour?
A new book laments how the Right allowed this bully, fabulist and serial abuser of women to get to the White House.
The President’s decision has aroused concern in both parties, and drawn attention once again to an issue he is desperate to shake off.
After the embarrassing failure of the healthcare Bill, China offers a new chance to display the art of the deal.
Thirty-nine per cent think he is a good thing to some degree, while 27.5 per cent think he is a bad thing. A third are undecided.
The President targeted the Arizona Senator with stinging criticism during the campaign. McCain’s revenge has only just begun.
He and Jess Phillips review the highlights of the news for Sophie Ridge’s Sky News programme.
Democrats, meanwhile, are still searching for a response.