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New York Times Endorses Monarchy

New York Times Endorses Monarchy

In a move much anticipated by members of the royal court, the Kingdom of the New York Times has elevated a prince of Family Sulzberger to a position in line for the throne. Read more...

The U.S. doesn’t need a king, but might as well have one

Supreme executive power...not so itty bitty living space.
Queen Elizabeth’s 65 Years on the Throne, in 65 Numbers

Queen Elizabeth’s 65 Years on the Throne, in 65 Numbers

Feb. 6 marks 23,742 days of the Queen's reign
On mental health, the royal family is doing more than our government | William Davies

On mental health, the royal family is doing more than our government | William Davies

There is no greater indictment of British society than soaring rates of mental distress in children. No wonder politicians cling to a simplistic ‘illness’ modelThe public profile of mental health
Sovereignty never ceded: how two Indigenous elders changed Canberra's big day

Sovereignty never ceded: how two Indigenous elders changed Canberra's big day

Jimmy Clements and John Noble’s presence at the opening of the provisional parliament house in 1927 was a precursor to a history of Indigenous activismTwo old blackfellas, Jimmy Clements and John

Conway: 'Bend The Knee' To Trump Because He's Your Superior

The crazy talk that comes out of the mouths of Trump surrogates is unparalleled in modern day history. Last week, Kellyanne Conway told Fox News' Martha MacCallum that people should treat Trump like

In Denmark, Is It Really That Good to Be the King?

Louis Menand on marital strife among the royals of Denmark and why monarchs linger in democratic societies.
Bernie Sanders attacks billionaires and firms exposed by Paradise Papers – live

Bernie Sanders attacks billionaires and firms exposed by Paradise Papers – live

Massive leak of secret documents shared with Guardian and other news organisations shows how world’s biggest businesses and leading politicians have sheltered their wealth in tax havens • Paradise
The Guardian view on the Paradise Papers: a light on murky dealings | Editorial

The Guardian view on the Paradise Papers: a light on murky dealings | Editorial

Allowing the very richest to secede from the rest of society and choose the jurisdiction they operate under has led to an astonishing rise in global inequalityThe millions of leaked files in the
The Guardian view on the Paradise Papers: a light on murky dealings | Editorial

The Guardian view on the Paradise Papers: a light on murky dealings | Editorial

Allowing the very richest to secede from the rest of society and choose the jurisdiction they operate under has led to an astonishing rise in global inequalityThe millions of leaked files in the
Prince Charles's estate made big profit on stake in friend's offshore firm

Prince Charles's estate made big profit on stake in friend's offshore firm

MPs urge transparency after Paradise Papers show prince’s estate held stake in forestry firm as he campaigned on climateThe Prince of Wales’s private estate has invested millions of pounds in offshore
Remembrance Sunday brings taste of kingship for Prince Charles

Remembrance Sunday brings taste of kingship for Prince Charles

Heir to the throne to lay head of state’s wreath at the Cenotaph – the first time he has taken the role while Queen is in the UKPrince Charles flew back from a tour of Singapore, Brunei, Malaysia and
Prince Charles leads tributes to war dead on Remembrance Sunday

Prince Charles leads tributes to war dead on Remembrance Sunday

Queen observes ceremony from balcony as Prince of Wales takes her place in laying wreath at the Cenotaph in WhitehallThe Prince of Wales has led the nation in honouring the country’s war dead on
Queen and Prince Philip portraits released to mark 70th anniversary

Queen and Prince Philip portraits released to mark 70th anniversary

First British monarch to celebrate platinum wedding anniversary is pictured with her husband at Windsor CastleThe Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh have been pictured in three more photographs as part
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry engagement rumours at fever pitch

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry engagement rumours at fever pitch

TV crews set up outside Kensington Palace last week in anticipation of an announcement that never came, but royal-watchers are not giving up yetWas it supposed to have happened last Thursday? Maybe it
Scrapbook of Queen Victoria’s childhood to be auctioned in Berlin

Scrapbook of Queen Victoria’s childhood to be auctioned in Berlin

Mementoes collected by German governess during 21 years include lockets of hair and fabric from Victoria’s wedding dressA scrapbook of mementoes of Queen Victoria’s childhood collected by her German
Prince Harry 'thrilled' after announcing he is to marry Meghan Markle

Prince Harry 'thrilled' after announcing he is to marry Meghan Markle

Couple appear in public for first time since announcing their engagement, with Markle saying she is ‘so very happy’ Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are to marry in the spring after announcing their
'A wave of abuse': how Harry and Meghan endured unwelcome media scrutiny

'A wave of abuse': how Harry and Meghan endured unwelcome media scrutiny

In revealing his relationship with the Canadian actor last year, Prince Harry highlighted his distaste for the media’s interest in his private life“Since he was young, Prince Harry has been very aware
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry give first television interview – as it happened

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry give first television interview – as it happened

Follow all the reaction after Clarence House announced that the couple are to marry in spring 2018 Full report: Prince Harry to marry Meghan Markle ‘Wave of abuse’: how the couple endured unwelcome
Red carpets, refugee camps and royalty: the life of Meghan Markle

Red carpets, refugee camps and royalty: the life of Meghan Markle

Having grown up with people assuming her mother was the nanny, Prince Harry’s fiancee has gone on to develop a multi-faceted career Meghan Markle was born in Los Angeles in August 1981, six days after