Chicago band Twin Peaks may be known as party bros who make chill sounds but, off record, they pack some serious political bite about a country in flux.
Artist Jamie Otis takes a sledgehammer and pickaxe to Trump’s star to protest against his obscene political campaign.
Canadian photographer Sarah Palmer's latest project, Drunk on Trump, captures the hysteria reigning across the United States as the Presidential race comes to a chaotic climax.
As protests against the Olympics and corruption have exposed Brazil’s ruptures for the world to see, a pioneering collaborative art project between British and Brazilian artists digs into São Paulo’s dividing lines.
A new report by the Home Affairs Select Committee concludes that David Cameron’s target of resettling 20,000 Syrian refugees by 2020 is unlikely to be met.
We spoke to economist Laurie MacFarlane, who explains young people are likely to bear the brunt of another economic downturn.
A poll conducted by innovative drugs pressure group VolteFace finds overwhelming cross-party support for the legalisation of medical marijuana in Great Britain.
In 1896, women’s rights activist Susan B. Anthony proclaimed the bicycle as the “greatest feminist technology of its time”. Now it's the motorbike's turn.
A mother from Puerto Rico, a father from Cuba, born and raised in the US – Xenia Rubinos' identity is as diverse as the music she creates. Here, the New York singer-songwriter talks about her new album, influenced by American culture but motivated by the survival of fear.
Sandow Birk reimagines historical paintings with a contemporary political critique. His American illustrated Qu’ran project swims against rising Islamophobia.
Slum tourism could play a positive role in transforming marginalised communities around the globe - but only if residents have a real say, argues Fabian Frenzel, author of Slumming It.
Cycling collective Ovarian Psycos are on a mission to take back the city in the name of sisterhood.