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Claims of rigged system by convict ex-president and allies ‘threaten rule of law’
Donald Trump  
Claims of rigged system by convict ex-president and allies ‘threaten rule of law’
Ex-prosecutors and historians warn that Republicans’ parroting of ex-president’s wild allegations of political bias could erode trust and lead to violence
Israel-Gaza war live  
Hamas’ statement it accepts UN ceasefire resolution is ‘hopeful sign’, Blinken says
European elections live  
French politicians in ‘national seduction’ campaign to form marriages of convenience before snap election
China  
Four US academics stabbed in park during visit, say US officials
Russia-Ukraine war live  
EU accession talks to start soon, von der Leyen says, as Zelenskiy hopes for billions in aid
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US elections 2024  
Seven key House races to watch
Democrats only need to flip a handful of seats to get back control of the lower chamber – here’s what to keep an eye on
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How UK became a food bank nation
The long read  
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The Guardian Today US | The Guardian Support independent journalism Support us   cilfian @ —m HeadlinesUS oe-= Headlines Claims of rigged system by convict ex-president and allies ‘threaten rule of law’ Donald Trump   Claims of rigged system by convict ex-president and allies ‘threaten rule of law’ Ex-prosecutors and historians warn that Republicans’ parroting of ex-president’s wild allegations of political bias could erode trust and lead to violence Israel-Gaza war live   Hamas’ statement it accepts UN ceasefire resolution is ‘hopeful sign’, Blinken says European elections live   French politicians in ‘national seduction’ campaign to form marriages of convenience before snap election China   Four US academics stabbed in park during visit, say US officials Russia-Ukraine war live   EU accession talks to start soon, von der Leyen says, as Zelenskiy hopes for billions in aid In focus Seven key House races to watch US elections 2024   Seven key House races to watch Democrats only need to flip a handful of seats to get back control of the lower chamber – here’s what to keep an eye on Tory Britain: the broken years   How UK became a food bank nation The long read   Inside Mexico’s anti-avocado militias Betsy Reed Editor, Guardian US Person Image I hope you appreciated this newsletter. Before you move on, I wanted to ask if you would consider supporting the Guardian’s journalism as we enter one of the most consequential news cycles of our lifetimes in 2024. From Elon Musk to the Murdochs, a small number of billionaire owners have a powerful hold on so much of the information that reaches the public about what’s happening in the world. The Guardian is different. We have no billionaire owner or shareholders to consider. Our journalism is produced to serve the public interest – not profit motives. And we avoid the trap that befalls much US media: the tendency, born of a desire to please all sides, to engage in false equivalence in the name of neutrality. We always strive to be fair. But sometimes that means calling out the lies of powerful people and institutions – and making clear how misinformation and demagoguery can damage democracy. From threats to election integrity, to the spiraling climate crisis, to complex foreign conflicts, our journalists contextualize, investigate and illuminate the critical stories of our time. As a global news organization with a robust US reporting staff, we’re able to provide a fresh, outsider perspective – one so often missing in the American media bubble. Around the world, readers can access the Guardian’s paywall-free journalism because of our unique reader-supported model. That’s because of people like you. Our readers keep us independent, beholden to no outside influence and accessible to everyone – whether they can afford to pay for news, or not. If you can, please consider supporting us just once from $1, or better yet, support us every month with a little more. Thank you. Support us   Spotlight The chaotic aftermath of Motown’s peak years War, disastrous sex and a lot of lawsuits   The chaotic aftermath of Motown’s peak years Disenchanted with Motown, star songwriters Holland-Dozier-Holland set up a pair of bold new labels: Hot Wax and Invictus. As a new box set is released, its artists remember their personal, political songs – and exhausting battles From stealing to Spotify   The story behind how music got free Daniel Brühl on playing Karl Lagerfeld   ‘He never lost touch with the pulse’ The big British bamboo crisis   ‘It invaded my beautiful home’ ‘Sport has infiltrated all of fashion’   Anna Wintour on Vogue World, sport and UK arts Beats Solo 4 review   Apple headphones get Android-loving upgrade Opinion America’s problem is massive inequality – not ‘woke’ educated elites Robert Reich America’s problem is massive inequality – not ‘woke’ educated elites Deepfakes are here and can be dangerous, but ignore the alarmists – they won’t harm our elections Ciaran Martin Sports ‘Defeat clarifies so much’   Chess grandmaster Maurice Ashley on the power of losing Chess grandmaster Maurice Ashley on the power of losing Unbalanced and undercooked   Can England overcome Euro 2024 defensive worries? Culture Guapo’y review   The scars of Paraguay’s past revealed through healing plants The scars of Paraguay’s past revealed through healing plants ‘The war was not going to stop me’   Amateur Ukrainian actors stage King Lear in UK In case you missed it Her story is part of a Republican effort to intimidate others She was sentenced to prison for voting   Her story is part of a Republican effort to intimidate others Crystal Mason was convicted of voter fraud after the 2016 election, when she cast a ballot without realizing she was ineligible to vote ‘America the beautiful’   How Biden is conserving land and water as Trump looms Robert F Kennedy Jr   Could RFK swing enough votes from Trump and Biden to decide the election? Call of Duty: Black Ops 6 first look   300GB of spies, zombies and Margaret Thatcher Get in touch If you have any questions or comments about any of our newsletters please email [email protected] Person Image We’re not owned by a billionaire or shareholders: we're fiercely independent, which means we report on fact, not fiction. We are not for sale – but only thanks to your support. If you can, please support us from just $1. Thank you. Support us   Manage your emails | | Trouble viewing? You are receiving this email because you are a subscriber to The Guardian Today US. Guardian News & Media Limited - a member of Guardian Media Group PLC. Registered Office: Kings Place, 90 York Way, London, N1 9GU. Registered in England No. 908396                                                            
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