'Ending systemic racism requires contributions from all of us, especially those who haven’t experienced it ourselves'
There is a part of America where people shout ‘hell yeah’ or maybe ‘amen’, where preachers opine that Hillary is worse than Satan without recognising the irony of that statement. They don’t worry overly much about Trump’s values – because he isn’t Hillary
President Barack Obama said all parties ‘should support the democratically-elected government of Turkey’
Both presidential candidates offered their different approaches to the war against Isis – who has not claimed responsibility for Nice
Anti-poverty group the Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign says it has been sent beans from across the US to feed to protesters in Philadelphia
'If somebody wants to make a joke about the love that flowers between the Turkish president and a goat, he should be able to do so in any European country, including Turkey'
The presumptive Republican nominee is polling at historic lows among women and African-Americans, with a vice-presidential short-list of three middle-aged white men
Speaking at the site of Abraham Lincoln's most celebrated anti-slavery speech, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee also quoted the Broadway musical Hamilton
Former rival expected to give Ms Clinton his endorsement
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
James Comey testified at a congressional hearing that the FBI’s investigation was conducted ‘in an apolitical and professional way… by people who didn’t give a hoot about politics.’
The endorsement looks more likely after Mr Sanders applauded Hillary Clinton's 'powerful' proposal to reform tuition fees and college debt
Comey said 'no reasonable prosecutor' should bring charges against Clinton
FBI Director James Comey said 'no reasonable prosecutor' would bring the criminal indictment that Ms Clinton’s opponents hoped for and her supporters feared, but few who consider the Democrat untrustworthy will have their minds changed by his conclusions
Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, has responded to the FBI’s announcement of no charges against Hillary Clinton for her use of a private email server during her time as secretary of state.
The FBI branded Ms Clinton and her aides as 'extremely careless'