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Morning mail: Democrats back deal to end shutdown

Good morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Tuesday 23 January. Top stories Democrats have backed a bill to end the US government shutdown. The Senate voted overwhelmingly to advance a short-term spending...

yesterday, 20:15 in World News

Monday briefing: Trump shutdown continues in US

Top story: Deadlock and chaos as president marks first year Good morning – it’s Warren Murray bringing you the stories to start the week. The shutdown of the US government has continued overnight as Republicans scrambled to win the Democratic votes...

yesterday, 06:43 in World News

'World’s finest walk': New Zealand’s Milford Track being spoilt by tourist hordes

Dawn is hours away on a cool Fiordland night but the packed bunk rooms of Clinton Hut are seething with activity. Tramping boots stomp against wooden floors, bunks creek as their inhabitants fling their bodies around, and an urgent, sleep-fogged...

Sunday, 23:09 in World News

Morning mail: at least 18 dead in attack on Kabul hotel

Good morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Monday 22 January. Top stories Witnesses to a terrorist rampage at a luxury Kabul hotel have described guests being sprayed with bullets as they ran, whole floors...

Sunday, 20:12 in World News
Jacksonville Jaguars v New England Patriots: AFC championship game – live!

Jacksonville Jaguars v New England Patriots: AFC championship game – live!

Hunter will be here shortly. In the meantime here’s the latest on the most-talked-about right hand in New England.

Sunday, 19:26 in Sport

Zadie Smith: ‘I have a very messy and chaotic mind’

Zadie Smith’s second collection of essays, Feel Free, could be described as a tour through her enthusiasms punctuated with diversions. She writes with equal fervour about Jay-Z’s rapping, which “pours right into your ear like water from a tap”, as...

Sunday, 09:39 in Art & Culture

This is how democracies die

Blatant dictatorship – in the form of fascism, communism, or military rule – has disappeared across much of the world. Military coups and other violent seizures of power are rare. Most countries hold regular elections. Democracies still die, but by...

Sunday, 07:06 in World News

All eyes on the Australian Open – a photo essay

Almost 750,000 spectators will flood into Melbourne Park over the course of the Australian Open to watch one of the showpiece events in the tennis calendar. It’s been the home of Australian tennis since 1988, when the facilities were purpose-built to...

Saturday, 23:47 in Sport
Women's marches protest Donald Trump on anniversary of inauguration – live

Women's marches protest Donald Trump on anniversary of inauguration – live

Hello and welcome to our rolling coverage of the second year of women’s marches to protest Donald Trump and his agenda. The mass marches, planned all around the US for the anniversary of Trump’s inauguration, have coincided with another milestone: the...

Saturday, 15:16 in World News

Kate Moss: ‘I still get excited – I’m still shocked when I get a campaign’

Kate Moss Right. We’ve been given some questions, and I’m going to ask you: “What is the wildest shoot or trip you’ve been on together?” We haven’t been on any trips together – but the wildest shoot? David Bailey Every shoot we ever do. KM Yeah,...

Saturday, 11:51 in Lifestyle

What to see this week in the UK

Five of the best ... films Coco (U) (Lee Unkrich, Adrian Molina, 2017, US) 105 mins Facebook Twitter Pinterest Pixar gets everything right with this wondrous Mexican family story: richly filled with magic, music and sensitivity – cultural and...

Saturday, 11:17 in Art & Culture

Trapped in Yemen: one man's astonishing fight to get home to America

In the spring of 2015, I met Mokhtar Alkhanshali outside the Blue Bottle Coffee headquarters in Oakland, California. He had just returned from Yemen, having narrowly escaped with his life. An American citizen, Mokhtar was abandoned by his government...

Saturday, 08:09 in Art & Culture
Australian Open 2018: Angelique Kerber v Maria Sharapova – live!

Australian Open 2018: Angelique Kerber v Maria Sharapova – live!

Simon will be here shortly. Until then, re-live all of Friday’s action:

Saturday, 07:48 in Sport

Elena Ferrante: 'I loved that boy to the point where I felt close to fainting'

Some time ago, I planned to describe my first times. I listed a certain number of them: the first time I saw the sea, the first time I flew in an aeroplane, the first time I got drunk, the first time I fell in love, the first time I made love. It was...

Saturday, 07:34 in Art & Culture

Chelsea Manning: 'I'm a very different person than I was 10 years ago'

A few weeks after Chelsea Manning was released from military prison, having served seven years of a 35-year sentence for leaking official secrets, she came to a terrible realization. “I was out, but I saw that while I had been away, the prison had...

Friday, 12:19 in World News

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