Where are the tormented thinkpieces on Clinton voters? The majority-white demographics of American newsrooms may answer this question.
Global Comment’s editors are reading some outstanding longform journalism this week, including a look at child sexual assault, a feature on horseshoe crabs, and more.
Democrats treating Bernie Sanders as the next messiah are making a fundamental mistake that could pull the party apart.
Tim Kaine may be a ‘safe’ VP pick, but he’s also a dreadfully dull one.
As the divide between Sanders and Clinton supporters becomes more acrimonious, is anyone paying attention to the fact that Trump brings the very real threat of fascism to America?
Here’s some of our favourite reading from the week on the Brexit vote, the California primary, family farms in the United States, refugees making a new home in Idaho, and war crimes prosecutions in Syria.
The Global Comment editors are delving into Donald Trump’s past, Senator Bernie Sanders’ electoral prospects, a new report on military rape, and more.
As the Democrats squabble over the nomination, Donald Trump is amassing support from Republicans. Are Democrats really so confident that they can take him in November?
As more and more information about the Panama Papers leaks out, Bernie Sanders’ quest for class equality and Hillary Clinton’s history among the rich and powerful are being thrown into sharp relief. Could this be a critical tipping point?
New Yorkers are preparing to go to the polls next Tuesday, and it’s a key state for both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Sanders, however, has a problem: He historically performs well among independent voters, but they can’t vote in New York’s closed primary. Will it cost him the state?