Patrick A Howell and Sara Kellel examine 2020 presidential hopefuls, Kamala Harris and Bernie Sanders. Both show that all “black” candidates are not created equal.
Jose Mourinho made with the levity, the careless thumbs of Rudy Giuliani made a meme and the Obamas feet took them to a concert. Welcome to your Monday.
What’s Christmas without all those cheesy festive songs? To get you in the holiday mood here are some of our favourites performed by a range of singers from Sinatra to Aguilera, and including a few surprises.
Welcome back to our weekly sift through the rubbish dump of Internet detritus. This week, we investigate the claims that Barack Obama’s true legacy was leaving cockroaches in the White House.
One week closer to Trump, and seemingly the edge of reason. The week that flew by also featured Pauline cleaning house and a radical new way to love your job. Don’t ask…
Barack Obama was a great father figure, an inspiration and a great voice. But was he as great as we expected him to be? I say no.
Will Trump be able to build foreign relationships with his unique brand of tweetplomacy? Or will this approach lead to something darker? Or not?
Happy 2017! Just a quick reminder, 2016 wasn’t that far away, and despite the ‘new year, new me’ euphoria, here’s a heavy grain of salt to add to your hangover. Sorry.
Morning! What happened while you were asleep? Well, Obama failed to veto a bill that would allow 9/11 victims to sue the Saudis, the MH17 investigation closed and pit bulls are now banned in Canada.
The last year of Obama’s presidency may turn out to be his most important, not for what he achieves, but for the lessons he leaves with us.
Four days on from the slaying of Jo Cox, the world has seemingly moved on. This has confused Ingeborg, but en route to Glastonbury, Jacqueline has the answer.
“This is fertile ground for delusions of despot grandeur” – Trisha de Borchgrave reflects on Obama’s recent visit to Hiroshima
What a ludicrous week. Trump swans closer to the oval office, Obama mends atomic fences and Saudi Arabia wants to ban animal selfies.
This week we farewelled one Prince, another met Obama and we saw the first arrows fired in the election war.
In our brand new segment, Ask a US Citizen, TBS asks, well, a US Citizen, to Yanksplain a confusing issue over there. Do you have a Question for our American cousins? Let us know!
Trump has taken the US election standards back to school, a fact obvious in the comparable Electoral College figures from Obama 2012 – Nicholas Harrington
Mathew Mackie sat through the bizarre spectacle that was Obama’s last State of the Union address and got stuck on the furniture.
Brand new TBS writer Harrison Jones points out that popularity is a fickle beast in politics, and in Turnbull and Trudeau’s case, the hard work now begins.
In this week’s Long Reads, Richard Jackson highlights the finer point of Obama & Netanyahu’s relationship, Hillary relationship with the Democratic supporter base and a man who was lost at sea (without a volleyball in sight).
Ah, Sunday again, Richard Jackson’s Long Reads faces cold cases, war correspondence and the position of the black man in US society.
Barack Obama continues the great presidential tradition of hiding the truth in matters of public interest; classifying the true fate of Jon Snow.
Rich Jackson’s #LongReads bring us Jose Mujica and Al Sharpton, Vox’s epic two part interview with Barack Obama, with PB’s narrative.ly Ed’s pick taking you into life in “The Hole”…