Nearly 500 creators on TikTok have come together to help get Joe Biden elected, and their efforts have even been co-signed by the Democratic nominee.
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Ahead of the imminent 2020 election, we speak to five Berlin-based US citizens about how their hopes, fears and long-term plans have been impacted by politics.
The founder of the ethically-focused fashion brand sits down with THE FACE to talk sustainability, activism and what we need to learn from the 2016 election.
In November’s US presidential election it won’t be the spotlight-grabbing cities of New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles that decide the country’s fate, but “swing states” such as Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida and Wisconsin. Chris Erik Thomas takes a look at which way they’re likely to lean in 2020.
The actress discusses “perfect preparation” and landing the titular role in Janicza Bravo and Jeremy O. Harris’ stripper movie, Zola.
Months from now, voters will be able to pick from at least 730 openly LGBTQ politicians at the ballot box – the most in American history.
These people hold power that not even seasoned politicians quite understand, and Joe Biden is basically a lock for the Democratic nomination.
Michael Bloomberg may be a joke online but his billions could be more dangerous to democracy than Trump
In the first instalment of a new column reporting on American politics in this Presidential Campaign year, we ask: what happens when democracy is sold to the highest bidder?
Is a 45-year-old who listens to 5SOS fit to lead the country? Has Joe Biden ever actually listened to a Lady Gaga song? In an increasingly polarised field of candidates, The Face asks the important questions.
An en suite tour of the Kanye-approved label’s new collection.
The performer’s fragile vocals have recently appeared in teen properties like The Goldfinch, The Society, 13 Reasons Why and Eighth Grade.