Developments in America may lead the way for organisations elsewhere considering whether to adopt cryptocurrencies in business as well as national and local government
Investors see the attraction of building a portfolio of varied franchised brands, benefiting from shared expertise, economies of scale and a bigger bottom line
Nick Yarris spent 22 years on death row for a crime he did not commit. He reveals what life is really like on death row and why this system of justice doesn't work
The US is witnessing a significant decline in the use of the death penalty. Oliver Pickup investigates the change in public mood, the reasons why and asks: will it be abolished any time soon?
The Republican Party has launched its platform for the 2016 presidential election, pledging less government, less immigration and … broadband for farmers
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
Bernie Sanders is unlikely to win the Democratic nomination, but he has pulled the party to the left, and turned the primaries into a referendum on income inequality. David Freelander explores