Donald Trump's acolytes are not above the law, but the prosecution of Steve Bannon shows that the law in question is a complex one. Matters would be much simpler in Australia.
News of recent election outcomes from Germany, Czechia, Japan and the United States.
America's Republican Party sees Virginia as a crucial step on its road back to power. Tomorrow's race for governor is too close to call.
Continued battles over gerrymandering in the US contrast with the way such things are handled in Australia, as exemplified by a redistribution just completed in Victoria.
After a slow start, Australia's vaccination rate has reached unexpected heights. For some reason, the Trumpism of its leaders has not had the same consequences as in the United States.
Hungary's opposition turns to the centre-right to try to save democracy. There may be a lesson there for the United States.
Results and analysis from four big recent elections: Norway, California, Russia and Canada.
California's governor looks like surviving an attempt to recall him, but the vote casts a light both on some of the state's quirks and on the mania that's taken hold of the Republican Party.
A US supreme court decision raises the prospect of giving the fundamentalists in the Republican Party what they say they want – possibly at a large political cost.
Afghanistan isn't the only place where an anti-American autocracy has picked up where it left off. Nicaragua has already been there.