United States of America

Trump supporters clash with police and security forces as they storm the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.(Roberto Schmid/AFP/Getty Images)

Was Jan. 6 the beginning of the end for America?

A new book imagines what the next American civil war will look like, beginning with the 2021 Capitol riots
In this Apr. 16, 2020 President Donald Trump speaks about the coronavirus in the James Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House in Washington. (Alex Brandon/AP/CP)

Is Donald Trump a fascist?

David Moscrop: For now, we can say that Donald Trump is enough of a fascist to raise serious concerns warranting a significant and coordinated response from inside and outside of U.S.
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Black voters saved Alabama—despite efforts to keep them down

Opinion: Doug Jones may have defeated Roy Moore in their Senate race, but Alabama’s electoral history is still marked by efforts to frustrate the Black vote
Herd of sheep are seen near the border between Syria and the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights in Quneitra

What the ceasefire in Syria really means

The Syrian ceasefire, brokered by the U.S., Russia and Jordan, reveals the shifting positions of the countries involved in the conflict
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An obituary for American Greatness, 1776-2017

From an early age, it was a trendsetter with a magnetic personality. It lived a life filled with adventure, fame and wealth, both at home and abroad.
Donald Trump celebrates with supporters after winning the Nevada Republican caucus at the Treasure Island Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.

How Donald Trump happened

Allen Abel criss-crosses America to find out how Donald Trump managed to make himself the GOP’s likely champion
Bree Newsome takes down the Confederate Flag from a pole at the Statehouse in Columbia

If America wants real progress on equality, it has to get serious

While the nation applauds banning a racist flag, real problems with race and inequality rage on. Why there’s not enough action in America
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Coyne v. Wells: Border dispute

Is Canada’s relationship with the U.S. cooling off? Or is it as strong as ever?
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America is angry

Crazed militias. Grassroots revolt. A capital at war. The country is tearing itself apart.