Guardian Staff

Late-Night Hosts Agree: After Roy Moore's Defeat, 'The Real Loser Here Is Donald Trump'

Late-night hosts have discussed Roy Moore’s loss in the Alabama Senate election and how the result will affect Donald Trump.

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Donald Trump's Place on Forbes' List of the Wealthiest Americans Slides Bigly

Donald Trump has dropped 92 places in the Forbes list of wealthiest Americans, with the magazine putting his wealth at $3.1bn, down from $3.7bn last year.

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Ivana Trump: I Talk to Donald Regularly Despite 'Insane' Divorce

Donald Trump’s first wife, Ivana, has said her daughter Ivanka could run for president, and that she and Trump now speak regularly and have a warm relationship despite the “insane” circumstances of their notorious divorce.

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Conservatives Are Increasingly Fed Up with Trump, and They're Growing Louder Every Week

More Republicans will turn against Donald Trump and his politics of populism, a GOP senator and leading critic of the president has predicted, as the Guardian surveys the conservative landscape 200 days into the Trump presidency.

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Ben Carson, Tasked With Helping the Poor, Believes Poverty Is 'a State of Mind'

Poverty is largely “a state of mind”, housing secretary Ben Carson has claimed, dismaying observers who had modest hopes for his tenure.

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Stephen Colbert to be Investigated by FCC after 'Offensive' Trump Joke

Stephen Colbert’s remarks about Donald Trump are going to be investigated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), according to its chairman.

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Critics' Picks for the Best Movies and Shows of 2016

t’s nice to win an Oscar, sure. But Laura Poitras – a contributor to this newspaper’s Pulitzer-winning investigation of the NSA, and director of the groundbreaking surveillance documentary Citizenfour – gets her real coming-out party this February, when the Berlin-based artist and film-maker will fill New York’s Whitney Museum of American Art with immersive cinematic installations that interrogate the contours of the American security state and its Kafkaesque disciplinary tactics.

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Novel About Jewish-Palestinian Love Affair is Barred From Israeli Curriculum

A novel about a love affair between a Jewish woman and a Palestinian man has been barred from Israel’s high school curriculum, reportedly over concerns that it could encourage intermarriage between Jews and non-Jews.

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Aaron Rodgers Attacks 'Prejudicial' Comments During NFL's Paris Tribute

Aaron Rodgers was upset by incidents on and off the field on Sunday. Firstly his Green Bay Packers side lost to a weak Detroit Lions team, then he voiced his displeasure about apparently Islamaphobic comments made from the crowd during a pre-game tribute to the victims of the Paris terror attacks.

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Black University of Missouri Football Players on Strike Until School President Steps Down Over Race Issues

Black players from the Missouri Tigers football team say they will not participate in team activities until the university president, Tim Wolfe, resigns. On Sunday, Missouri governor Jay Nixon said the university must act to address concerns over “racism and intolerance”.

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Multiple People Shot in Attack at Oregon Community College

Multiple people have been shot after an attack at a community college in south-western Oregon, emergency officials say.

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Nuclear Plant Fire Caused Oil Spill In Hudson River: Governor

Part of a nuclear power plant remained offline on Sunday after a transformer fire created another problem: thousands of gallons of oil leaking into the Hudson River.

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BREAKING: Charlie Hebdo Suspects Killed - Several Hostages Freed

Footage from the printworks in Dammartin-en-Goele shows special forces taking positions before the final assault and smoke rising from near the building, with gunfire and explosions audible.
In Paris cameras caught the moment when special forces stormed the kosher supermarket; several hostages were reported killed and others in critical condition, but French media have given inconsistent numbers of how many.

According to reports in the French media the denouement of the two hostage situations in Paris happened after French security forces crept into position on the roof of the printworks moments before opening bursts of gunfire.

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Illness Is Caused By Unrepentant Sin? How Evangelical Christians See Mental Health

The holiday season, especially Christmas, often exists as a symbol of hope and joy in the Christian community. But this may not be true for all believers. According to a recent study completed by Lifeway Research , one in four American adults suffer from mental illness, and the Christian church is no exception.

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Glenn Greenwald's Partner Was Detained at Heathrow Airport for Nine Hours

The partner of the Guardian journalist who has written a series of stories revealing mass surveillance programmes by the US National SecurityAgency was held for almost nine hours on Sunday by UK authorities as he passed through London's Heathrow airport on his way home to Rio de Janeiro.

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