Hillary Clinton

The former president's impeachment trial could end with him being acquitted.
Kamala Harris and Michelle Obama, especially, communicated powerful messages through their clothing.
Trump's 2016 Democratic rival reprised one of her old tweets to comment on the president's removal from the platform.
Donald Trump's son shared an edited version of the barroom brawl scene from "A Bronx Tale" to Instagram.
I am sick to the back teeth of this poisonous myth that fashion and beauty are sexist, writes Rebecca Reid.
John Curtice says there is a "pathway" to victory for Donald Trump but "many more cookies have to crumble for him" than in 2016.
But Paulette Dale later told reporters “I wish he would smile more and talk less". She also plans to vote for Joe Biden.
The eighth episode of our podcast about November's vote asks whether there will ever be a female president.
The 2016 race will go down in history for many reasons but one key motif has often been overlooked: America’s sexism. Hilary Clinton’s run for president seemed to be held back by her sex, her campaign bringing into stark focus the boys club that is American politics. So why is the deck still so stacked against female politicians in the US, when other countries have been led by women for decades? And will there ever be a female president when America punishes women for traits that voters accept - or even like - in male politicians?