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Donald Trump's behavior was shaped by his 'sociopath' father, niece writes in bombshell book
Guardian obtains copy of Too Much and Never Enough Author thanks president’s sister for ‘enlightening information’ Mary Trump: eight of her most shocking claims Donald Trump’s extraordinary character and outrageous behaviour “threaten the world’s health, economic security and social fabric” and were shaped by his “high-functioning sociopath” father during childhood, according to a bombshell book
Mary Trump’s book: eight of its most shocking claims about the president
Trump ‘paid someone to take his exams’ President emotionally ‘scarred’ by abusive father Trump shaped by ‘sociopath’ father, niece writes in memoir Mary Trump’s book, Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man , contains stunning claims about her uncle, Donald Trump. Here are eight of the most extraordinary. Continue reading...
Kanye West's company granted millions in coronavirus stimulus
Yeezy LLC received $2m to $5m from from Trump administration Rapper has been a vocal supporter of Trump A company belonging to Kanye West received millions in loan s from a federal coronavirus stimulus package, raising questions about potential conflicts of interest given the rapper’s ties to the Trump administration. Related: Over 5,600 fossil fuel companies have taken at least $3bn in US Covid-

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China trying to force Chinese nationals living in US to return home – FBI chief
Christopher Wray condemns Operation Fox Hunt campaign ‘A sweeping bid to target Chinese nationals Xi sees as threats’ Chinese agents have been pursuing hundreds of Chinese nationals living in the US in an effort to force their return, as part of a global campaign against the country’s diaspora , known as Operation Fox Hunt, the FBI director has said. Related: Apple under pressure to act after Tik
Deutsche Bank to pay $150m fine to settle charges linked to Epstein dealings
Bank admits ‘critical mistake’ in taking on Epstein as client Officials condemn company’s ‘significant compliance failures’ Deutsche Bank has admitted it made a “critical mistake” taking on the registered sex offender Jeffrey Epstein as a client, and agreed to pay a $150m fine to settle New York charges over its dealings with the late disgraced financier and two other banks. Related: US is 'still
Fauci: US is ‘still knee-deep in first wave’ of pandemic as it nears 130,000 deaths
Top public health expert urges further action as new cases surge to record highs of around 50,000 a day across country The United States is “still knee-deep in the first wave” of the coronavirus pandemic, one of the country’s top public health experts has warned, as the country approaches 130,000 Covid-19 deaths and new polling indicates Donald Trump’s approval rating over his handling of the cri
The US suffragette movement tried to leave out Black women. They showed up anyway
Racism and sexism were bound together in the fight to vote – and Black women made it clear they would never cede the question of their voting rights to others Published in collaboration with PBS for the documentary The American Experience: The Vote which explores the arduous battle that finally led to the passage of the 19th amendment. In late winter 1913, suffragette Alice Paul and her committee
Eagles' Jackson denies he is antisemitic after twice posting fake Hitler quote
Receiver posts false conspiracy theory that Jews control world 33-year-old says he has ‘no hate towards the Jewish community’ Philadelphia Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson says he has “no hatred in my heart toward no one” after twice posting a quote falsely attributed to Adolf Hitler that says white Jews “will blackmail America. [They] will extort America, their plan for world domination won’t work
Endangered gorilla in New Orleans zoo uses doll to practice parenthood
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'It's a deliberate strategy': Trump uses civil war as culture war in bid to beat Biden
Trump has dug in over statues, protests and the Confederate flag – and experts say it’s all part of a calculated election plan Two miles from the White House is a small gun. The .44-calibre derringer pistol is displayed in a museum beneath Ford’s Theatre in Washington. It was fired by John Wilkes Booth, a white supremacist and sympathiser of the slave-owning Confederacy, when he assassinated Abra
Trump wanted to 'Kaepernick' Bubba Wallace. Instead he made him too big to fail
The president’s baseless attack on Nascar’s only Black driver strengthened the athlete rather than weaken him More than 130,000 Americans have died from coronavirus. Double-digit unemployment plunges the economy ever closer toward depression. All the while the police continue to kill unarmed Black people with impunity, sparking demonstrations across the country . Any one of these legacy-defining
Mayweather and Beckham's Inter Miami applied for Covid-19 relief loans
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People with convictions cast ballots in New Jersey primary after regaining right to vote
A new law restored voting rights to 83,000 people but advocates struggled to inform tens of thousands of people amid pandemic Last year, about 102,000 New Jersey residents were barred from voting due to felony convictions, according to a report from the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice. And the problem was accelerating: about 2,500 residents saw their names purged from the state’s voting r
Anti-racism requires so much more than 'checking your privilege' | Momtaza Mehri
Self-reflection is welcome. But until we undo the structures that hold up anti-blackness across the world, injustice will persist One of the most illustratively ham-fisted responses to Black Lives Matter took the form of a public service announcement (PSA) featuring white Hollywood stars committing themselves to the vague agenda of standing against hate. “ I take responsibility ,” proclaimed the
First Thing: the US is a Covid 'leader', but not in the way Trump thinks
White House press secretary says ‘the world is looking at us as a leader’ as the US approaches 3m infections. Plus, Facebook faces its biggest boycott Good morning. The number of recorded coronavirus cases in the US is approaching 3 million, with 130,000 deaths, and daily case rates higher than anywhere else in the world. The White House press secretary, Kayleigh McEnany, claimed on Monday that “
A physician who wrote poems, a nurse who longed for children: US healthcare workers who died from Covid-19
We are documenting the lives of every US medical worker who dies helping patients during the pandemic. These are just a few of hundreds of cases Help us document the US healthcare workers who die fighting coronavirus Lost on the frontline is a collaboration between the Guardian and Kaiser Health News that aims to document the lives of healthcare workers in the US who die from Covid-19 , and to un
US politics: Delaware and New Jersey vote as coronavirus cases approach 3 million - live updates
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