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The Secret Plan to Unwithdraw From the WHO After Trump’s “Bizarre,” “Ruinous” Exit

The United States, its largest contributor, gives about $500 million a year to the organization

He just doesn't get it

The killing of George Floyd has been a turning point for for everyone but the president

Nazis: Katie Hopkins permanently removed from Twitter

Rightwing commentator’s account suspended for violating ‘hateful conduct’ policy

“Barr lied and something really stinks”

US attorney behind inquiries into Trump allies refuses to resign despite Barr announcement

Steve Bannon aims to make a comeback in circle of Trump influencers

Trump fired him in 2017, but Bannon praised his former boss on Fox News and Trump is rumored to have spoken positively of him

Trump denies knowledge of 'Russian bounties on US troops'

Russian military intelligence unit secretly offered cash to Taliban militants for successful attacks on coalition troops

Democrats: Foreign plot to damage Joe Biden

The packets were shipped to leading Republicans by a Ukrainian lawmaker who has met with the president's attorney, Rudy Giuliani.

Reuters: Jerry Falwell watched his wife Becki get laid

Jerry Falwell Jr. has permanently left his position as president of the evangelical Liberty University after reports about his sex life led him to take an indefinite leave of absence.

5 winners and 2 losers from the RNC’s first night

This is a party that no longer knows what it stands for, other than hating Democrats and loving Trump. The RNC is a vehicle for the Trump show, a one-man performance of cultural grievance fueled by lies about Democrats

Sex scandal: Jerry Falwell Jr confirms he has resigned

Jerry Falwell Jr has denied that he was involved in a sexual relationship between his wife, Becki Falwell, and a young business partner, Giancarlo Granda

Donald Trump’s corruption was on full display

Eric Trump is running the president’s company and is under investigation in New York, but spoke at the convention Tuesday. That was only the beginning

Whirlwind of lies great and small

Speaker after speaker piled falsehood upon falsehood to recast Trump as a saintly feminist preoccupied with the nation’s health

The RNC ignored police brutality to praise Trump for ‘law and order’

Night three of the GOP convention felt very separated from the turmoil stemming from the police shooting of Jacob Blake

Aunt's criticisms of Ivanka and Eric Trump

President’s niece reveals more tapes of Maryanne Trump Barry

Donald Trump visits storm-lashed Louisiana and Texas

At least 15 dead but direction change helped limit casualties - Widespread flooding, plus lack of power and drinking water

The people suffer and Trump signs autographs

Trump signs autographs in Louisiana, says they sell for $10,000, as agents try to keep fans distanced

Clashes between BLM activists, pro-Trump supporters

One person shot dead in Portland: The groups had earlier faced off along a highway on-ramp and on downtown city streets.

Task force reports show dire US-reality

While Donald Trump is spreading false news about Corona, the USA is entering an uncertain future

Trump defends Kenosha suspect as acting in self-defense

President Trump on Monday defended the actions of Kyle Rittenhouse, a teenager accused of killing two protesters in Kenosha, Wis.

Trump arrives with Bill Barr as he pushes law-and-order message

On arrival, president says: ‘We’ll have plenty to talk about’
Wisconsin governor and Kenosha mayor opposed Trump trip

Donald Trump compares police shootings to golfing

Trump makes baseless claim ‘dark shadows’ control Biden

Donald Trump denies 'series of mini-strokes'

Mike Pence was placed on ‘standby’ to take power if Trump needed to be anesthetized in hospital last year, Times reporter writes

National security official ahead of elections removed

The move comes after John Ratcliffe, a Trump loyalist, told Congress his office would no longer give verbal briefings on election security

Trump told Sarah Sanders to 'take one for the team'

Ex-press secretary describes boorish remarks in new memoir
‘Kim Jong-un hit on you,’ Trump said, after gesture at summit

US imposes sanctions on top international criminal court officials

Mike Pompeo says ICC ‘continues to target Americans’
Fatou Bensouda and Phakiso Mochochoko have assets blocked

USPS Robert Duncan: High-level ties to Republican party

Robert Duncan, who has deep links with Mitch McConnell and major GOP groups, has declined to rein in the postmaster general amid concerns that postal changes could impede mail-in voting

Trumps fake news machinery running at full speed

White House seeks to clarify Trump remarks on voting twice

Donald Trump condemned for calling US war dead ‘suckers’

Trump claims accusations, confirmed by two former DHS officials, are ‘totally false’ as Biden criticizes president

The dirty tricks of the Trump Campaign

Analysis shows footage of Biden edited to make him look older
Twitter flags Trump campaign videos as ‘manipulated media’

Donald Trump: “Fuck Mandela. He was no leader”

Cohen's book spotlights Trump's Obama obsession and resurfaces 'you're fired' video

"In short, I was becoming Donald Trump"

The true story of the former personal attorney to President Donald J. Trump

Trump admits he lied about COVID-19 threat

White House denies Trump misled public on COVID-19
Trump ‘willingly lied’ about COVID-19, Biden says of damning recordings

Trump official preventing Fauci from discussing Covid children risk

Dr Paul Alexander reportedly told Fauci’s spokesperson he should not use TV interview to advocate mask-wearing by children

Martial law if Trump loses election

Trump meanwhile promises to ‘put down’ leftwing protests and says US Marshals killing Portland suspect was ‘retribution’

$100m to help Biden beat Trump in Florida

Billionaire’s cash infusion aimed at boosting early voting

Has Trump spent his election war chest before the war really starts?

The president’s campaign has paid out $800m, but at a crucial phase he is making cuts while Joe Biden is outspending him

Woodward tapes 'reveal strong leadership' on Covid

President on tape: ‘I wanted to always play it down’
Republican chair: ‘History will look back on him well’

Donald Trump squirms in TV spotlight

The president stepped outside his Fox News bubble on Tuesday night – and endured a barrage of criticism he couldn’t bat back

“That’s Their Problem”

How Jared Kushner let the markets decide America’s COVID-19 fate

Trump 'associates' offered Assange pardon

WikiLeaks founder was asked to reveal source of leak damaging to Hillary Clinton, hearing told

Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies aged 87

Stalwart of court’s liberal bloc had survived four cancer treatments
Death of justice gives Trump chance of third appointment

Donald Trump could face tax fraud probe

Lawyers for District Attorney Cyrus Vance said the “mountainous” public allegations of misconduct could justify a grand jury probe

“Fraud was not just the family business — it was a way of life”

Mary Trump’s father, Fred Trump Jr., was the president’s older brother

New York Times publishes Donald Trump's tax returns

Paper details $750 federal income tax payments in 2016, 2017
Information ‘does not reveal unreported Russia connections’

The New York Times' Trump taxes bombshell

The president pays little, faces hefty audit costs as well
as loans coming due soon, and Ivanka is not in the clear

Brad Parscale steps down from Trump campaign

Former campaign manager quits senior advisory role after he was hospitalised amid self-harm concerns

Biden raises record funds as aides jab 'train wreck'

Biden raises $3.8m in an hour as campaign stresses optimism
Unedifying Cleveland debate widely seen as an embarrassment

People of Praise scrubs all references from its website

People of Praise, a tiny charismatic Catholic organization,
admits removing mentions and photos of Trump’s supreme court pick

Can Donald Trump pay his 1,1 billion in debt?

The New York Times’ damning report on the president’s taxes shows
just a fraction of his financial woes. And Wall Street bankers
have serious doubts about whether he can dig himself out.

Trump and first lady Melania test positive for coronavirus

US election in disarray as president and first lady
begin quarantine after aide contracts virus

Facebook removes hundreds of fake profiles

Social network says accounts tied to Turning Point USA sought to influence conversations by flooding news articles with comments

White supremacist domestic terror threat looms large in US

From the frequency of attacks to the scope of ambition, racist terror groups –
encouraged by the president, are showing unparalleled activity in the modern era

Suspected fraud against Trump and his alleged election contribution

Trump called the $10 million a loan. His campaign called it a donation. Who paid it back, And how? Trump boasted about self-funding his 2016 campaign, but in its tense final moments his advisers could only get him to agree to a loan. "It was like a cash advance."

Donald Trump paid nearly $200,000 in taxes to China, report claims

New York Times says records reveal company bank account in China, and documents show he paid more tax there than at home

Rudy Giuliani plays at his balls in the new Borat movie

Trump’s personal attorney has indiscreet encounter with actor playing Borat’s daughter in hotel room during pandemic

US judge rejects DoJ bid to shield Trump from rape defamation lawsuit

Trump’s request that he be replaced as defendant in defamation suit alleging he raped columnist E Jean Carroll in 1990s denied

The polls point to a Biden victory but can they be trusted this time?

Although polling averages gave Clinton the edge over Trump in 2016 there are significant differences in the evidence today

The 10 moments when Donald Trump lost the 2020 election

A timeline of the pivotal instances when the president fumbled the ball — and Biden began to see some daylight.

Now, that dark winter looks to have arrived

The US was already setting Covid-19 records. Experts say Thanksgiving could have made things worse.  “A surge super-imposed on that surge”: Fauci warns that the coronavirus pandemic may still get worse.

Georgia election official condemns Trump after threat to worker

Gabriel Sterling, an aide to Georgia's secretary of state, said Trump should "stop inspiring people to commit potential acts of violence."

Rudy Giuliani is said to have discussed a pardon with Trump

Their talks occurred as the president’s lawyer continued to loudly promote baseless claims of widespread election fraud that cost Mr. Trump the election

Trump aide banned from Justice after trying to get case info

Heidi Stirrup was told to vacate the building after top Justice officials learned of her efforts to collect insider information about ongoing cases

Ivanka Trump quizzed as part of inauguration fund lawsuit

Outgoing US president’s daughter interviewed by lawyer

Supreme Court rejects Texas suit seeking to subvert election

The suit, filed directly in the Supreme Court, sought to bar Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin from casting their electoral votes for Joseph R. Biden Jr.

Official plane used by Trump will fly to Scotland just before Biden inauguration

Arrival of military plane president has occasionally used fuels questions over Trump’s plans for 20 January

Arnold Schwarzenegger on why Republicans must stop Trump

It is time to end the president’s “stupid, crazy and evil” ploy to cling to power, says the former governor of California

Woman reportedly in critical condition after shots are fired at U.S. Capitol

Supporters of President Donald Trump have breached the US Capitol as lawmakers count the Electoral College votes certifying President-elect Joe Biden's win

America shaken after pro-Trump mob storms US Capitol building

One person was shot dead at the Capitol and three others died in medical emergencies amid Washington unrest

Nancy Pelosi asks top military to disobey Donald Trump

House speaker called Gen Mark Milley, chairman of joint chiefs of staff, ‘to discuss available precautions’

Donald Trump went 'ballistic' after being tossed off Twitter

The president has used Twitter to punish perceived disloyalty within his party. Now he's lost his favorite tool at a defining moment.

Republican AGs group sent robocalls urging march to the Capitol

“At 1 p.m., we will march to the Capitol building and call on Congress to stop the steal,” said the voice on the recording, which was obtained by NBC News.

Pro-Trump dark money groups organized the deadly rally

Women for America First’s Facebook pages show they were calling on supporters to be part of what they described as a “caravan” to Washington for the event

Next Sunday: Twitter warns of widespread new violence to come

New research report, meanwhile, details planned events in Washington, Pittsburgh and every state capital

Majority of Americans want Trump out before Biden takes over

Trump impeachment looms as Republicans ponder his fate · Condemnation – and support: Trump’s midwest base split

Republican senators Hawley and Cruz face calls to resign

Toomey echoes Biden, says colleagues ‘complicit in the big lie’ · Robert Reich: Trump allies should also pay for his coup

Twitter stops phrase trending after Capitol riot

Chant was heard in the US Capitol on Wednesday as pro-Trump mob, incited by the president, stormed the building

Democrats formally charge president with inciting insurrection

Trump set to become the first president to be impeached twice · Pelosi: Trump a ‘deranged, unhinged, dangerous president’

Deutsche Bank joins companies cutting ties with Donald Trump

Bank had propped up Trump Organization for years despite being sued by president but acted after Capitol attack

Top US military leaders condemn Capitol attack in rare joint message

Joint Chiefs of Staff said pro-Trump mob attack was an assault on America’s constitutional process and against the law

Republicans begin turning on Trump over impeachment

The House plans to hold an impeachment vote Wednesday, as Trump rejected any blame for the deadly riot at the Capitol

Grieving congressman leads push to impeach Trump

Democrat who buried his son 24 hours before Capitol assault has spent week drafting article of impeachment

Donald Trump 'refusing to pay' Rudy Giuliani's legal fees

President said to be offended by personal lawyer’s demand for a reported $20,000 a day

Capitol rioters planned to capture and kill politicians, say prosecutors

Charges so far include hurling fire extinguisher at officer and beating another with flagpole

Attorney for ‘QAnon shaman’ asks Trump to pardon rioters

Jacob Chansley, a 33-year-old man from Phoenix, was one of the most recognizable perpetrators of the Capitol siege

Steve Bannon urged Facebook followers to 'Take Action' on eve of capitol riot

Bannon and other conspiracy theorists were able to get around Facebook's ban on "Stop the Steal" content with alarming ease

Why did an Olympic champion invade the US Capitol?

The swimmer won gold medals for his country in Athens and Beijing. Then his patriotism took an ugly turn

The final lie: Donald Trump tries to recast legacy in farewell address

He portrayed his political phenomenon as a unifying one, as opposed to the vitriolic, partisan warfare he engaged in throughout his presidency

Trump's ex-media chief, applies to join White House press corps

Former press secretary, who now works for Newsmax, applies for membership of White House Correspondents’ Association

Trump tells Americans 'have a good life' as he leaves White House

Outgoing president has broken with tradition by refusing to attend his successor’s inauguration

Donald Trump pardons Steve Bannon amid last acts of presidency

Former senior adviser had previously been considered an unlikely name among the 143 people who received clemency