How can America sleep at night when families are being torn apart?

The Trump administration is defending separating children and parents as biblical – but there is nothing godly about it

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Trump announces $50bn in China tariffs, escalating possibility of trade war
  • President tells Fox he is ‘very strongly clamping down’
  • China says it will impose tariffs of similar size and intensity
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Donald Trump shrugs off Kim’s human rights record: ‘He’s a tough guy’

As Fox News host presses Trump over North Korean regime, president is dismissive: ‘A lot of people have done bad things’

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Republican who ran on pro-Confederate platform wins Virginia Senate race

Corey Steward, described by incumbent Tim Kaine as ‘a cruder imitation of Donald Trump’, wins nomination for Senate

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Trump-Kim summit: North Korean leader ‘de-nuking the whole place’, president says – live

Donald Trump offers Kim Jong-un security guarantees in document signed by the two leaders

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Trudeau ‘stabbed us in back’ on trade, says Trump chief economic adviser
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G7 in disarray after Trump rejects communique and attacks ‘weak’ Trudeau

Leaders believed they had a deal until the US president launched a personal attack on Canada’s prime minister

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How not to be contrite: Bill Clinton’s tone-deaf Monica Lewinsky remarks

The former president has been asked about the scandal from 20 years ago – and his answers have been widely criticized

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North Korea has taken big steps. Now it’s Trump’s turn to show goodwill

From easing the travel ban to humanitarian aid, there are many ways the US could show its commitment to progress

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Donald Trump and the erosion of Democratic norms in America

For some, the president’s efforts to undermine the justice department and the Mueller investigation represent a threat to democracy

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In an age of political turmoil, corporate America can no longer be silent

From gender diversity to gun violence, firms are increasingly finding that staying out of politics is bad for business

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