A new dispute between Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders marks a significant turning point in a US Democratic primary campaign that has generally been characterised by genial differences over policy.
Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson, the spiritual guru and bestselling author, has ended her campaign, weeks before voting begins, saying she did not want to make it tougher for a progressive to win.
The Monifieth public will be urged to help with the final push to get a £1m community centre dream over the line.
UK stocks enter 2020 with many of the market-moving themes of the past year still very much at the forefront as Brexit and the US-China trade war remain as yet unresolved.
Even allowing for my wholly misanthropic worldview, I think we’re all reasonably glad to see the back of 2019.
After a tumultuous year in the world of politics, Brexit will remain firmly at the top of the agenda in 2020 as Boris Johnson seeks to finalise Britain’s departure from the European Union.
Scotland has always had its own way of celebrating the end of a year.
A festering feud between Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg erupted in a high-stakes debate that tested the strength of the Democratic Party’s shrinking pool of presidential contenders, six weeks before primary voting begins.
Democratic presidential contender Michael Bloomberg has unveiled a gun control policy just steps from the site of one of Colorado’s worst mass shootings.
John Kerry, the former US secretary of state and 2004 Democratic presidential nominee, is endorsing Joe Biden for president, buoying the former vice president’s argument that his international experience should be a deciding factor for voters in 2020.