Journey out of darkness: a US presidential inauguration like no other
As Joe Biden’s inauguration takes place behind a ring of steel in Washington DC, the world waits to see if he can restore America’s standing – and what Donald Trump will do next
Impeachment II may be destined to suffer the same fate as most horror sequels: poor reviews and even worse box office receipts. It features the same villain, Donald Trump, only more menacing this time round – and an even more preposterous plotline. The same cast of characters – aside from bit part players who met with gruesome ends in the original – are ready for their reprise.
But even with hitherto unimaginably high stakes (just...
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The 100-day war: Biden battles to put his stamp on presidency
The new US president is implementing an audacious and ambitious agenda as he approaches a century of days in office
NRA’s bankruptcy plea backfires as its financial affairs come to light
Wayne LaPierre has held an iron grip on the National Rifle Association for decades, but that may be coming to end as a lawsuit has thrown up allegations of fraud, mismanagement and the squandering of tens of millions of dollars
Fear and loathing in Palm Beach: Trump’s fight to stay in Florida
Donald Trump plans to pick up his post-White House life at Mar-a-Lago, his gaudy golden mansion in Florida, but the locals don’t want him or his boisterous supporters in town. Will a 1993 agreement stop the former US president in his tracks?
Taoiseach has ‘warm, upbeat’ virtual meeting with Biden
US President tells Micheál Martin he is just a ‘phone call away’ during the pandemic, yet no assistance with vaccines was forthcoming