‘The whole thing is tragic. Without overstating it, it’s a tragedy for democracy’, rock star says
Mr Lee was one of 10 names added to the list of possible justices by Mr Trump - amid growing expectation that Mr Cruz is finally about to endorse the Republican candidate
Clinton has been hunkered down for days trying to prepare for two different Trumps to appear, while her opponent seems to be leaving everything until the last possible moment
Numerous elections have been called the first social media election, but this might truly be the first powered by trolling
‘What we’ve been able to accomplish here has been amazing and much bigger than any of us and certainly much bigger than Reddit,’ a moderator wrote when the factory was unveiled. ‘We’ve proven that shitposting is powerful and meme magic is real'
Kathy Miller steps down after interview sparks outrage
I was the only person at my school who backed the Republican candidate John McCain. At university in 2012, I was one of the very few students supporting Mitt Romney. But as an active Tory member myself, I find it deeply disconcerting to see fellow conservatives supporting Trump's candidacy
'This one looks a little bit younger'
Hillary Clinton has made clear she expects moderators to flag falsehoods
Democratic candidate says no-one should be fooled by her rival's policies as he tries to reach out to blue-collar voters
Mr Trump praised the work of Republicans to ‘fight to save the internet’, but also worried that without the help of the American people it won’t be a success
The controversial method was deemed unconstituational by a federal judge in 2013 – 90 per cent of people searched were innocent, 90 per cent of people stopped were black or Latino
Surprise: they even agree on a few things. But their disagreements are sometimes sharp
Hillary Clinton sees her average opinion poll lead shrink to 1.1 per cent
Featuring Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, Don Cheadle, James Franco, Julianne Moore, Yvette Nicole Brown, Martin Sheen and more
A presidential candidate has suggested 'taking out' the civilian families of Islamic State fighters. That would almost certainly breach Article 51.2 of the Geneva Convention which states that individual civilians 'shall not be the object of attack'