Biden's cabinet offers the Morrison government real support in our fraught relationship with China but his agenda also throws up challenges that Australia must address.
- The Herald's View
In pushing his claims to the limit, Trump has revealed the fragility of the voting system - and shaken it
This is a moment of truth for the Republican Party: The country is on a knife's edge, with GOP officials from state capitols to Congress choosing between the will of voters and the will of one man.
- by Jim Rutenberg and Kathleen Gray
The Democratic president-elect's win was for everyone who prefers to resolve political agreements at the ballot box, rather than with violence. And it gives hope that the coronavirus crisis may finally get the attention it deserves.
- by Amelia Lester
There is a lot at stake as Donald Trump's attempt to appoint an ardent supporter and Federal Reserve sceptic to a seat on the board of the world’s most powerful central bank hits a roadblock.
- by Stephen Bartholomeusz
US President Donald Trump acknowledged for the first time that Joe Biden won the November 3 election. Then he took it all back.
- by Joseph Ax
Trump's post-election fundraising effort has raised concerns about its legality and true motives.
- by Farrah Tomazin
President Trump's motorcade drove past and waved at hundreds of excited protesters as they gathered for the “Million MAGA March” in Washington on Saturday.
He's been a regular source for comedians for four years, but with Donald Trump apparently leaving the White House, has the well run dry?
- by Karl Quinn
Is the Trump era over? For some readers the outgoing president was the "wake-up call we all needed" while with Donald Trump securing 72 million votes, others were less optimistic that we'd seen the last of him or his ilk.
- by Orietta Guerrera