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Republican says Trump ‘empowering’ extremists by having dinner with white supremacist
‘It’s very troubling,’ says Arkansas governor who condemned Trump’s meeting with anti-semite Nick Fuentes The Republican governor of Arkansas on Sunday joined a chorus of criticism of Donald Trump for having dinner with American white supremacist and anti-semite Nick Fuentes, accusing the former US president of effectively “empowering” such extremists. “It’s very troubling and it should not happe
It can be hard to distinguish the cultural claims of right and left. Just look at Qatar | Kenan Malik
Universal human rights or cultural imperialism? Divide clouds the debate over World Cup hosts “Everyone has their beliefs and cultures. We welcome and respect that. All we ask is that other people do the same for us.” So insists Yasir al-Jamal, deputy general secretary of the Qatar 2022 supreme committee for delivery and legacy for the World Cup. The torrent of criticism that has poured down on Q
Democrats issue fresh calls for assault weapons ban after shooting tragedies
Questions also raised about the funding of law enforcement agencies in places that refuse to enforce so-called red flag laws Gun control returned as a leading topic over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, with Joe Biden and other prominent Democrats issuing fresh calls for a ban on assault weapons for the general public. At the same time, questions were raised about the funding of law enforcement


Odell Beckham Jr removed from flight after refusing to fasten seatbelt
NFL star appeared to be drift in and out of consciousness Wide receiver was escorted off plane by police officers NFL wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr was removed by police from an aircraft before takeoff at Miami International Airport after officials said he failed to respond to requests to buckle his seatbelt and appeared to be unconscious, police and airline officials said on Sunday. “Fearing th
NFL roundup: Jags and Browns upset Ravens and Bucs as Dolphins dominate
Cleveland win in final game before Deshaun Watson’s return Jacksonville win after gutsy two-point conversion Nick Chubb scored on a three-yard touchdown run with 19 seconds left in overtime and Cleveland rallied on Sunday to stun Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 23-17 in Browns quarterback Jacoby Brissett’s final start before Deshaun Watson returns from his suspension. Chubb powered through
Man who helped stop shooter at Colorado gay club ‘wanted to save family I found’
Navy member Thomas James was one of two men who prevented gunman from doing more harm after he killed five people A member of the US Navy who was injured while helping prevent further harm during a shooting at a gay nightclub in Colorado last weekend said on Sunday that he “simply wanted to save the family that I found”. Petty officer 2nd class Thomas James made his first public comments on the s
White House health officials: up-to-date vaccines key to move on from Covid
Fauci and Jha comments come amid campaign to encourage public to get the new coronavirus boosters as well as flu shots White House public health officials offered cautious optimism that Americans could begin to move on from coronavirus, but cautioned that keeping immunity vaccination up-to-date and combating scientific disinformation remained key for the country to successfully emerge from the th
Jon Batiste to perform at Biden’s first White House state dinner
Dinner highlights long-standing ties between the US and France and honors President Macron Musician Jon Batiste is on tap to perform at Joe Biden’s first White House state dinner, this Thursday, highlighting long-standing ties between the US and France and honoring President Emmanuel Macron. “An artist who transcends generations, Jon Batiste’s music inspires and brings people together,” said Vane
USA’s problem against Iran isn’t politics. It’s that we don’t know how to win | Eric Wynalda
On Tuesday, Gregg Berhalter’s side win or go home. The problem is that US sports culture is built around endless second chances The flavor of this World Cup is very different: I’m tempted to call it “The beautiful distraction”. It’s Argentina focusing only on doing this for Lionel Messi and then forgetting how to play soccer without him. It’s Germany trying to make a statement before kickoff and
Bereavement often ruptures our sense of self – but we can find our feet again | Gill Straker and Jacqui Winship
We may be forever altered by the death of a loved one, but we will eventually be able to reintegrate into life The modern mind is a column where experts discuss mental health issues they are seeing in their work Get our morning and afternoon news emails , free app or daily news podcast The experience of grief following bereavement is ubiquitous and falls within the normal range of human experienc
Sleeping in the office is making a comeback? Elon Musk would approve – but what about having a life? | Emma Beddington
I love my job so much that I’d do it even if I won the lottery. But you have to draw the line somewhere It feels like we talk about work more than ever, but also that we’re ever more unsure what to think about it. I suppose the two go together: if we had reached a serene consensus about the space it should occupy in our lives and souls, we would just get on with it. Instead, bewilderingly contrad
‘Your night, champ’: inside Prograis’ locker room for his world title fight
Regis Prograis had worked for three years to get another shot at the highest level of his sport. I was with the fighter and his team as he prepared for the bout The late autumn sun, which had lit up Los Angeles on a beautiful afternoon, slipped away when Regis Prograis arrived at the Dignity Health Sports Park. It was 5.45pm on Saturday and LA Galaxy’s home had turned into the War Ground – as the
Class in a glass: what’s this obsession with wine all about? | Morwenna Ferrier
Wine might be widely drunk, but there is still an idea, however old-fashioned, that it’s bourgeois to drink it Mixed news last week for wine drinkers. Research by scientists at Rush Medical Center in Chicago claims that a glass of red with dinner could slash your risk of developing dementia. Just don’t start too young, say rival researchers at the Uniformed Services University in Maryland, who cl
‘They will bend the knee’: Lincoln project cofounder cautions against dismissing Trump
Rick Wilson, a veteran Republican strategist, suggests the ex-president still holds sway despite multiple crises Donald Trump, the former US president, is all washed up. Ron DeSantis, the governor of Florida, is poised to dethrone him . This is the view currently in vogue among many in Washington. Not so fast, argues Rick Wilson , a veteran Republican strategist and co-founder of the Lincoln Proj
January 6 report expected to focus on Trump’s role and potential culpability
Final report by House select committee is scheduled for release in December – but fixation on Trump has opened a rift on the panel The House January 6 select committee’s final report into its investigation is expected to focus heavily on Donald Trump’s involvement in the Capitol attack and his potential culpability, opening a rift on the panel weeks before its scheduled release in the middle of D


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