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Takeaways: Big Trump win, election deniers advance in Nevada

WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump notched a significant victory in South Carolina, where his preferred candidate easily ousted five-term Rep. Tom Rice, the first Republican...

Congresswoman slams US-led ‘proxy war’ in Ukraine, blames ‘deadly profitable industry’

A US Republican congresswoman has described Washington’s massive military aid to Ukraine as a “proxy war” against Russia, calling war “a deadly profitable industry”...

US chip subsidy bill ‘vital to TSMC Arizona plant’ passes new Senate vote

A $52B US chip subsidy bill has convincingly passed a new Senate vote, with 64 in favor and just 34 opposed. Apple has said that the subsidy...

One Liz ends a lifetime of diplomacy as another risks squandering it all

Simon Tisdall The Queen knew how to earn trust and respect around the world. Liz Truss should follow her example What will other leaders and nations...

‘A ticking time bomb’: healthcare under threat across western Europe

For decades, western Europe’s national healthcare systems have been widely touted as among the best in the world. But an ageing population, more long-term illnesses,...

Putin’s Ukrainian War Is About Making Vladimir Great Again

War is coming — a not-so-great northern war.  Don’t be fooled by last Thursday’s conversation between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his American counterpart Joe Biden, with...

Food prices are soaring – but the worst is yet to come

Overall consumer prices have risen by 9.1pc in the last year, but food alone is hot on its heels at 8.6pc ByLouis Ashworth Costs of essential...

It Seems Ukraine Is Struggling To Form Tank Brigades

David Axe The Ukrainian army’s tank brigades are spread thin. That could help to explain why the army’s highly anticipated counteroffensive in southern Ukraine hasn’t...

Joe Biden does not represent the dream of America

President Joe Biden, against a blood red background that included a couple parade-rest Marines as part of the visual messaging, delivered an angry condemnation...

Facebook spied on private messages of Americans who questioned 2020 election

Facebook has been spying on the private messages and data of American users and reporting them to the FBI if they express anti-government or anti-authority sentiments...