'Skirting ethical rules': Trump's key staff under investigation at interior agency

Based in part on reporting by the Guardian last year, a non-partisan group alleged a ‘disturbing pattern of misconduct’<br>

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‘No women anything': Trump Fed pick Stephen Moore’s list of misogynistic remarks

Economic commentator and former Trump campaign adviser has a long history of making offensive comments about women

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Joe Biden to announce presidential bid on Thursday – as it happened

Former vice-president to officially launch bid for president, while Jared Kushner says Mueller investigation ‘just a big distraction’

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Trump orders staff and administration to boycott correspondents' dinner

Donald Trump has declared the event ‘boring’ and ‘negative’ and announced a campaign rally in Green Bay, Wisconsin, instead

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Trump says aides need not testify to Congress amid growing power struggle

President’s remarks to Washington Post come as White House battles subpoenas and treasury misses deadline to provide tax returns

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Twitter shares surge as Trump accuses it of 'political games'

Social media platform’s revenues up 18% as president criticises its treatment of him

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FTSE 100 hits six-month high as pound slides - business live

Britain’s blue-chip share index has risen over 7,500 points, but Brexit anxiety is pushing sterling down

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Trump baby blimp back and could be even bigger for UK state visit

Balloon depicting nappy-wearing US president could be five times size of predecessor

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Trump makes U-turn to support Harley-Davidson as profits fall amid tariff war

President had called for boycott after company shifted production to Thailand but says he will ‘reciprocate’ against ‘unfair’ EU

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Jared Kushner downplays Russian interference and Mueller report – live

Asked in New York Tuesday about the Mueller report, Kushner responded: ‘Quite frankly the whole investigation is just a big distraction’

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Why is the US news media so bad at covering climate change?

The US news media devotes startlingly little time to climate change – how can newsrooms cover it in ways that will finally resonate with their audiences?

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As the bookseller said to the archbishop

<strong>Brief letters:</strong> Extinction Rebellion | Bookstore surprises | Rabbits | Comedians in power | Brexit

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Morning mail: Joyce under the pump, Sri Lanka warnings, climate strike call

Tuesday: Barnaby Joyce’s role in the $80m sale of water under further scrutiny after shambolic radio interview. Plus: is Bernie Sanders the one?

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House subpoenas Don McGahn, ex-White House counsel, in wake of Mueller report – as it happened

McGahn called before judiciary committee to testify on potential obstruction of justice linked to Trump-Russia investigation

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Don McGahn, ex-White House counsel, subpoenaed over Mueller report

House judiciary committee chair demands McGahn testify before Congress as Democrats escalate investigation of Trump

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Is Benjamin Netanyahu about to go rogue in Jerusalem? All the signs are there

Flushed with election success and politically tooled-up with Trump’s support, he now has the holy Islamic sites in his sights, says professor of Middle East politics Mick Dumper

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Impeachment is the wrong way to beat Trump

The way to defeat a rightwing political coalition is through leftwing politics, not political theater

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Only Labour can stop Nigel Farage and his Thatcherite revival

A win for the Brexit party at the European elections would be catastrophic for Britain, says Labour peer Andrew Adonis

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Trump issues Earth Day message without mentioning climate change

President praised the benefits of a ‘strong market economy’ but did not echo warnings from scientists on rising temperatures

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Teflon Don: how Trump the mafia boss fought the law … and won

After Mueller, the president is being compared to mobsters from John Gotti to Tony Soprano. And yet he remains in office

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The Observer view on the Mueller report: Trump is a disgrace not welcome in Britain

The president has been shown to be the biggest threat to US governance since Watergate. Britain must not honour this dishonourable man with a state visit

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Mueller’s account of Trump’s world acts as a cautionary tale for UK politics

Senior figures in both countries behave as if they are above the law. Enough is enough

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Srećko Horvat: ‘The current system is more violent than any revolution’

The philosopher and activist counts Yanis Varoufakis, Slavoj Žižek and Julian Assange as friends, and his new book calls for a global liberation movement to bring down capitalism

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Giuliani rails against Mueller report as Democrats mull Trump impeachment

Trump lawyer claims ‘nothing wrong with taking information from Russians’ and denies obstruction of justice

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Trump and impeachment: where Democrats stand after Mueller

Elizabeth Warren and Rashida Tlaib have called for action, but many lawmakers say more information is needed first

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All the president's men and women: how disobedient aides saved Trump

Mueller report reveals how staff told to do illegal things did not but some say that doesn’t mean Trump is not guilty of a crime

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Republican discussed violent attacks and surveillance with rightwingers

Washington state representative Matt Shea exchanged messages with far-right figures, chat records obtained by the Guardian reveal

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