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US president Donald Trump: The pardon power remains one of the last and most likely outlets for quick unilateral action. Photograph:  Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images

As US president Donald Trump prepares to leave office in days, a lucrative market for pardons is coming to a head, with some of his allies collecting (...)

US vice-president Mike Pence and President Donald Trump. Photograph:  Michael Reynolds

For vice-president Mike Pence, the moment of truth had arrived. After three years and 11 months of navigating the treacherous waters of President Dona(...)

The Beast: the presidential limousine. Photograph: Doug Mills/New York Times

Now that we’re about to have a US president about whom we can talk without wincing, and know for certain who’s going to be sleeping in the White House(...)

 Joe Biden: “I am not afraid to take the oath outside, and we’ve been getting briefed.”  Photograph: Amr Alfiky/The New York Times

House Democrats initiated impeachment proceedings against president Donald Trump on Monday, formally introducing an article of impeachment to the Hous(...)

From 2007 (from the left): then first minister Ian Paisley, deputy first minister Martin McGuinness, Britain’s prime minister Tony Blair and taoiseach Bertie Ahern inside the main hall of Stormont Assembly in Belfast. Photograph: Niall Carson/Pool/PA Wire

Tony Blair told Martin McGuinness that the British were partially responsible for the conditions that led to the Troubles, a new documentary states. (...)

‘Radical laws and sharp ruptures from the status quo require either decisive majorities or support from the other side. A divided electorate allows for neither.’

As ever, Tom Wolfe got there first. Readers had expected the author of The Bonfire of the Vanities to “do” Los Angeles or Chicago after his treatment (...)

Taoiseach John Bruton and British prime minister John Major at Downing Street on November 28th, 1995. Photograph: Sean Dempsey/Pool/Reuters

Former British prime minister John Major was “reluctant” to talk to then taoiseach John Bruton on the phone because their private conversations were a(...)

Joe Biden: ‘Just 100 days to mask — not forever, just 100 days. And I think we’ll see a significant reduction.’ Photograph: Ruth Fremson/The New York Times

Joe Biden will ask Americans to commit to 100 days of wearing masks as one of his first acts as president, stopping just short of the nationwide manda(...)

Former US presidents (from left)  George W Bush, Barack Obama and Bill Clinton: All three have said that they will receive the coronavirus vaccine and would be prepared to receive the vaccine on camera in a bid to combat any public scepticism towards vaccination. Photograph:  Jim Chapin/AFP via Getty Images

The United States passed another grim milestone as a record 2,885 coronavirus-related deaths were recorded on Wednesday – the highest daily number sin(...)

US president Donald Trump continues to claim credit for market gains. Photograph: Erin Schaff/New York Times/Bloomberg

Donald Trump’s warning that a Joe Biden election victory would catalyse a “stock market collapse the likes of which you never had” hasn’t quite panne(...)

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