We look at the political fallout after the US hunt for Snowden leads to the Bolivian president’s plane being diverted.
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A detainee, who was cleared for release in 2010 but is still being held, accuses US military guards of sexual assault.
We ask what recent spying revelations mean for democracy in the United States.
As a detainee accuses US military guards of sexual assault, we ask if prison conditions are deteriorating even further.
We ask if the Republican-controlled state house in Texas has gone too far in its campaign against abortion.
As a court rules that crimes committed by US corporations abroad cannot be tried in the US, what are the implications?
Has the US Supreme Court’s new ruling undermined a decades-old law aimed at protecting Native American families?
As the US Supreme Court has handed down major civil rights rulings, we analyse the impact on equality in the US.
As Obama has outlined his new climate plan, we ask if he will he be able to fulfill his promise of a greener future.
As the US tries to detain the whistleblower, we look at the diplomatic repercussions of tracking down Edward Snowden.
We ask how the nomination of James Comey as FBI director will impact civil liberties and US foreign policy.
We examine the US-led initiative that hopes to lift 50 million Africans out of poverty and hunger over the next decade.
As negotiations with the Taliban are set to begin, Afghan President Karzai says he will not take part if US is involved.
Have poor public services, high prices and corruption pushed the Brazilian public over the edge?