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Ryan Zinke recommends Trump shrink two more US national monuments

Ryan Zinke recommends Trump shrink two more US national monuments

Interior secretary aims to reduce Cascade-Siskiyou and Gold Butte monumentsZinke hits back at Patagonia after ad said ‘the president stole your land’Interior secretary Ryan Zinke has announced
'Superfluous' same-sex marriage bill amendments headed for defeat

'Superfluous' same-sex marriage bill amendments headed for defeat

Christopher Pyne seals fate of changes backed by conservatives, saying he will pass the marriage equality bill in its original formConservatives’ amendments to the cross-party same-sex marriage bill
Two men charged with manslaughter over nut allergy death of teenager

Two men charged with manslaughter over nut allergy death of teenager

Megan Lee, 15, had an allergic reaction after eating food from Royal Spice Indian takeaway in Hyndburn, LancashireTwo men have been charged with manslaughter over the death of a teenager who suffered
US arrests at border fell while Ice arrests rose during Trump's first eight months

US arrests at border fell while Ice arrests rose during Trump's first eight months

From Trump’s inauguration to the end of September, there was a 40% increase in Ice arrests – and many arrested had deep connections in the US, activists sayUS immigration officials on Tuesday said
Fox boss James Murdoch could be next Disney CEO in possible merger – report

Fox boss James Murdoch could be next Disney CEO in possible merger – report

If companies follow through on possible Disney takeover of Fox, James and his father, Rupert, could take top jobs, Financial Times reportsThe Fox boss James Murdoch is reportedly being considered as a
Survey: two in three Trump supporters want a president who breaks the rules

Survey: two in three Trump supporters want a president who breaks the rules

The latest American Values Survey finds a deepening polarisation, as Trump diehards stay loyal but fractures appear in the Republican partyThe spectre of “authoritarian” leadership has been raised by
Magazine under fire for white-only 'Brazilians of the year' cover

Magazine under fire for white-only 'Brazilians of the year' cover

Istoé weekly denies racism and calls row a ‘false controversy’ after social media users express outrage – ‘I just wanted to throw up when I saw this’ said oneA popular weekly news magazine based in
Up to 50 injured in train crash near Düsseldorf – reports

Up to 50 injured in train crash near Düsseldorf – reports

Passenger train and freight train reported to have collided near station in the German town of MeerbuschSeveral people have been injured after a passenger train and a freight train collided near
Morning mail: how Tony Abbott hurt the public service

Morning mail: how Tony Abbott hurt the public service

Wednesday: Former Treasury head Martin Parkinson says his sacking by the ex-PM damaged the whole of government. Plus: Steve Smith feels the Ashes pressureGood morning, this is Martin Farrer standing
Christine Keeler, former model at heart of Profumo affair, dies at 75

Christine Keeler, former model at heart of Profumo affair, dies at 75

Showgirl’s affairs with Russian diplomat and British MP John Profumo caused one of UK’s biggest scandals of 20th century Christine Keeler: a life in pictures Christine Keeler, the former model at the
Roy Moore rival: 'Men who hurt little girls should go to jail, not the Senate'

Roy Moore rival: 'Men who hurt little girls should go to jail, not the Senate'

Shifting tactics in Alabama Senate race, Democrat Doug Jones hammers Roy Moore over allegations of sexual misconduct involving teenagersDoug Jones, the Democratic candidate in the Alabama Senate
Border Force tells Nauru refugees to separate from family if they want to settle in US

Border Force tells Nauru refugees to separate from family if they want to settle in US

Phone conversations and email chain show ABF is contravening international law and using separation as a coercive measureAustralian Border Force officials are telling refugees on Nauru they must
The Guardian view on Britain and the customs union: just do it | Editorial

The Guardian view on Britain and the customs union: just do it | Editorial

A form of words may still get the UK government over next week’s negotiating hurdle in Brussels. But the real answer is a change of policyIn 2016, more than 17 million British people voted to leave
Persisting problems with Brexit and the Irish border | Letters

Persisting problems with Brexit and the Irish border | Letters

Readers reflect on how Brexit negotiations will affect Ireland, Northern Ireland and the rest of the UKIt is understandable that Fintan O’Toole (Britain has just discovered it’s now weaker than
Democracy in Turkey is going on trial | Letters

Democracy in Turkey is going on trial | Letters

A letter signed by Noam Chomsky, Clive Lewis MP, Peter Tatchell and others calls for opposition politicians Selahattin Demirtaş and Figen Yüksekdağ to be released from prisonOn 6 and 7 December
Sex, lies and the special relationship | Letters

Sex, lies and the special relationship | Letters

Aidan Hollis on the lesson from wars, John Webster on our military dependence and Ian Sinclair on the truth about US presidentsIn recent months, the bizarre behaviour of Donald Trump has left many in
Free Syrian Police are courageous and selfless people | Letters

Free Syrian Police are courageous and selfless people | Letters

Panorama’s programme ‘Jihadis You Pay For’ was hugely misleading, writes Dr Henry SmithPanorama’s programme Jihadis You Pay For (Report, 5 December) was hugely misleading. As the person who led the
Sewing machines still wanted in Africa | Brief letters

Sewing machines still wanted in Africa | Brief letters

Tools for Self Reliance | Ernest Marples | UK factory orders | Babies beneath the hedges | Labour poll leadI was very interested to read (Letters, 25 November) of the project started by Irene Owens to
Profumo affair model Christine Keeler: a life in pictures

Profumo affair model Christine Keeler: a life in pictures

Former model at centre of Profumo affair that shook politics in the 60s has died aged 75Full story: Christine Keeler dies aged 75 Continue reading...
Turnbull’s department head says Tony Abbott damaged public service

Turnbull’s department head says Tony Abbott damaged public service

Martin Parkinson says Abbott sacked him for following legally mandated directions of Rudd and Gillard governmentsThe head of Malcolm Turnbull’s department says he has no “personal animus” towards Tony