Can Clinton recapture the magic that led her husband to power in 1992?
Once upon a time, Republicans were the orderly party, the optimistic party, the party you instinctively trusted with national security
The billionaire has praised Vladimir Putin for his strength and decisiveness in the past – but does that mean the US has a Siberian candidate on its hands?
He could have done a Ted Cruz, the bitter runner-up who goes to the convention and still refuses to endorse his conqueror on the floor. That would have thrilled his die-hard followers. He's chosen to live in 'the real world – but have the 'Bernie or Bust' crowd?
The controversy will likely soon be overtaken – by another
So much for the gauzy illusions of November 2008
Offered this sort of present four months before election day, any other Republican opponent would have cashed in – not Trump, who has concentrated instead on the US judicial system
One of Blair’s correct observations – in a letter to Bush setting out his political difficulties at home – was that “people just don't have the same sense of urgency post 9/11 as people in the US"
The timing of the release keeps the controversial issue alive at a crucial point in Clinton's campaign
The question as to whether 'Americans are ready' for two women on the ticket is irrelevant and insulting. What is important are Ms Warren's qualifications for the job
If you’re older you’re more likely to be pro-Trump and pro-Brexit. The young and better educated in the UK take Europe for granted. In America, they’re mostly immune to the appeal of Trump. Unfortunately, the old vote, and the young aren’t
After this vote, the UK will be a less attractive partner to Washington
The people's champ could not have wished for a more perfect send-off. The sky over his native Louisville was crystal blue. Mike Tyson and Lennox Lewis – two of his successors when the heavyweight crown still meant something – were among the pall bearers. At the funeral service a king was in attendance and a former president spoke. But, best of all, the people, the ordinary people who he had thrilled, inspired, and given hope, were there en masse to say goodbye.
A new, less cautious Hillary is emerging – but she must resist being dragged into the swamp by her opponent
FEATURE: Calls for former Grand Slam champion to be recognised in hometown have caused a debate in Philadelphia
Donald Trump is the main enemy now, not Bernie Sanders. For weeks he’s been lambasting Clinton and now she’s finally starting to mount some serious return fire, while reminding California voters of her strongest selling point: her experience