Biden and the Democrats face strong headwinds: low enthusiasm amongst young voters, and dire economic news.
Both the mid-terms and the 2024 presidential race increasingly look like uphill struggles for the incumbent party.
The Conservatives can learn from the Republicans how to fight a culture war over LGBT topics, but also whether one should.
The President’s words to Congress were warm and embracing of the “freedom-loving” resistance. But those closer to the action have more to lose.
How did a country renowned for politeness and moderation end up executing such an extraordinarily authoritarian response?
The President is scarred by his disastrous mishandling of the Taliban’s summer takeover of Afghanistan.
Most interesting are those who distanced themselves from the then President – but have since changed their tune.
With polls showing a worried public, how can it be that Democrats still flirt with the idea of taking money away from police departments?
If Americans face shortages this holiday season, the hunt for a scapegoat will be on.
But poor track record on such key issues as the southern border risks pouring cold water on Harris’ ambitions.
He returns to a deeply divided America, with his popularity on a clear downward trend.
There are many areas, not least small boats in the Channel, where the UK needs a strong working relationship with France.
‘Sleepy Joe’ has sleep-walked the United States into its biggest foreign policy debacle for a generation.
The United States has little choice but to recognise that vaccination is the only way out of this Covid-19 nightmare.
White House allies are worried that neither are ready for the logistical and humanitarian impact of opening it.