The West Wing's final episodes mirror the real presidential campaign so closely that even its writers admit it's 'creepy'. But will the finale be the same?
The raid on Syria is a dark portent. The current president has three long, unaccountable months to cement his legacy
Shooting an animated film about the 1982 Lebanon war triggered memories that Israeli film-maker Ari Folman had long blotted out.
If you imagine she's going to settle for quiet obscurity in Alaska after the election, think again
In a flurry of chicken counting, Democrats are gazing at a radical new dawn while Republicans ready to attack the victor
The debate showed how the traditional Republican strategy of negative campaigning is backfiring against John McCain
Shorter working weeks, lower consumption, and banks working for us - this crisis could prove a chance for a fresh start
Politicians' limitations have been laid bare during these tumultuous weeks. If ever they can assert strength, it is now
The Baltic states are erasing the memory of the Holocaust - and even prosecuting survivors. Where is our outrage?
My predictions of global reaction to a McCain win led to an avalanche of invective. But the result has a huge impact on us