An advent calendar of cyberattacks revealing the confidential data of thousands of German public figures revealed just how far behind the country is when it comes to its cyberdefences
The people have spoken. Again. Now, a hung parliament, a humiliated Tory leader and a resurgent Labour Party have to work out what the people meant. As the parties try to navigate this vastly altered political landscape, Will Green asks: what on earth happens now?
The Republican Party has launched its platform for the 2016 presidential election, pledging less government, less immigration and … broadband for farmers
Theresa May has been installed in 10 Downing Street, but the Labour Party remains embroiled in infighting and UKIP is looking for a new leader and a new purpose
South Sudan’s vice president-turned rebel leader has refused to return to his role in Juba unless he can bring with him a small arsenal of machine guns and missiles
The two leading candidates in London’s mayoral elections, Zach Goldsmith and Sadiq Khan, want to address the issues, but all they seem to be able to do is talk about each other
Just as Donald Trump has captivated a section of American society with his furious rhetoric, the Democratic outsider Bernie Sanders has ridden a wave of support on the left with his strident calls for a fairer, more caring America
How a real estate magnate and reality show host hijacked the US political establishment and exposed the dark side of the American electorate