Richard Lutz on the double massacre in the US.
Richard Lutz sits back and thinks of baseball and England.
Richard Lutz looks back balefully on the week.
Richard Lutz reads two books that turn the spotlight on President Trump.
Richard Lutz turns his attention to a TV documentary that stands out.
Richard Lutz wanders through lost school hallways at his fiftieth class reunion
Richard Lutz explains why this movie about love and generosity is the natural choice for the best film award this Sunday.
Richard Lutz contemplates what’s on offer inside a US marijuana shop.
With all the noise about Donald Trump, how about the other guy- the one a heartbeat away from the Oval Office? Richard Lutz checks the facts
Diplomatic editor Sir Howard Elston analyses the new Trumpie inner circle.
Donald Trump enters the White House with little knowledge or respect for constitutional law. But things must change to accommodate the times, says Richard Lutz.
Another of our essential guides to the Presidential election.
Sir Howard Elston, our US editor, reveals more on Dumpy Trumpy’s plans for a 51st state.
Dumpy Trumpy exclusively unveils to Sir Howard Elston his plans for a 51st state after he gets clobbered in the US election
Sir Howard Elston, our diplomatical editor, sits down with an angry Donald J. Trump
Richard Lutz somehow stayed awake through the wee hours in England for the Trump/Clinton bunfight.
Richard Lutz takes a look at Donald Trump’s failures when it comes to the candidate’s business acumen.
Richard Lutz learned to shoot a rifle when he was 11. That made him realise just how dangerous the weapons are
Sir Howard Elston, confidante of the stars, reveals what Barack Obama really said to Cammo on his trip to Inger-lund.
If not Trump, just who is the US dangerman who would have the finger on the button, asks Richard Lutz.
Richard Lutz peers over the garden fence to watch a new resident move in.
Richard Lutz ponders the state of the States.
Richard Lutz sadly looks at the latest sports news out of the States.
Richard Lutz reports what’s on everyone’s lips this week in the States.
FEMI OYEBODE TRAVELS TO THE DEEP SOUTH OF THE US TO TAKE IN SOME GREAT MUSIC IN NEW ORLEANS AND BEYOND
The Drum Arts Centre Black History Month theme commemorates the fiftieth anniversary of what has been regarded, as the most iconic American speech of the 20th century
Black US teenager Trayvon Martin’s shooting, and subsequent acquittal of his killer, elicits this from Laurence Inman.
Aer Lingus Regional have announced details of a service which allows Birmingham-based passengers to fast track their journey to the US
Go on, re invent yourself. Half of America does, says Richard Lutz
As Birmingham’s most valuable overseas market, the US was responsible for nearly a third (27%) of all foreign direct investments into Birmingham during 2012/13.