How a distaste for Donald Trump has added flavour to a US farmers’ market

How a distaste for Donald Trump has added flavour to a US farmers’ market

Being a so-called ‘purple’ state in the US usually symbolises a local divisiveness as voters shift from Republican red to Democratic blue. But not here.

  • byAmelia Lester

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‘Republicans don’t have a clue’:Biden builds on Kansas abortion rights victory,signs fresh directive

‘Republicans don’t have a clue’:Biden builds on Kansas abortion rights victory,signs fresh directive

The latest move from the White House comes after one of America’s most conservative battlegrounds voted to protect reproductive rights.

  • byFarrah Tomazin
Pelosi visit one more mixed signal from US to China about Taiwan

Pelosi visit one more mixed signal from US to China about Taiwan

The rockstar reception that greeted the highest ranking US politician to visit in decades belied the high risks of Pelosi’s trip for US-China relations.

  • byFarrah Tomazin
Surprise breakthrough for Biden,Democrats on healthcare,energy and climate spending

Surprise breakthrough for Biden,Democrats on healthcare,energy and climate spending

The announcement suddenly presented Joe Biden and Democrats with the prospect of pushing a major achievement through Congress in the run-up to the midterms.

  • byAlam Fram
US Justice Department probing Trump’s efforts to overturn election
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US Justice Department probing Trump’s efforts to overturn election

The testimony of former Vice President Mike Pence’s former chief of staff is a sign the Justice Department’s investigation of the attack on the Capitol and the fake elector plot is heating up.

  • byJill Colvin
Trump 2.0 poses a grave risk to the US,and Australia

Trump 2.0 poses a grave risk to the US,and Australia

Donald Trump is marshalling his supporters for another tilt at the presidency in 2024. If he wins,American governance,alliances and democracy could be destroyed.

  • byPeter Hartcher
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On the campaign trail,many Republicans see a civil war

On the campaign trail,many Republicans see a civil war

In both swing states and safe seats,many Republicans say that liberals hate them personally and may turn rioters or a police state on people who disobey them.

  • byDavid Weigel
Joe Biden has sore throat and body aches,but ‘COVID symptoms improving’

Joe Biden has sore throat and body aches,but ‘COVID symptoms improving’

US President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 symptoms continue to improve and now include “less troublesome” sore throat,his doctor says.

  • byJeff Mason
Trump’s ex-adviser Steve Bannon convicted of contempt of US Congress

Trump’s ex-adviser Steve Bannon convicted of contempt of US Congress

Steve Bannon defied a subpoena from the congressional committee investigating last year’s attack on the US Capitol.

  • bySarah N. Lynch
Donald Trump called officials ‘this week’ seeking overturn of 2020 election

Donald Trump called officials ‘this week’ seeking overturn of 2020 election

New polling shows most Americans don’t want Trump or President Joe Biden to make another White House bid.

  • byTimothy Bella andPatrick Marley
Prime-time hearing to reveal the most compelling evidence of Trump’s ‘dereliction of duty’

Prime-time hearing to reveal the most compelling evidence of Trump’s ‘dereliction of duty’

After a year-long investigation,the January 6 inquiry is seeking to wrap up what may be its last hearing,even as its probe continues to heat up.

  • byHope Yen