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Trump taxes: Supreme Court clears Democrats to see returns

The US Supreme Court has cleared the way for ex-President Donald Trump’s tax forms to be released to a Democratic-controlled congressional committee. The justices rejected Mr Trump’s bid in October to block a lower court’s ruling that granted the panel’s request for his financial records. The move is a blow …

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Factory fire kills 38 people in central China

A fire at a factory in central China killed dozens of people on Monday, according to reports from Chinese state-media.   Chinese state run-newspaper Henan Daily reported Tuesday, November 22 that two people previously reported missing had been found dead following the blaze at the factory in Anyang, Henan province, …

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Musk lifts Donald Trump’s Twitter ban

Twitter’s new owner Elon Musk has said Donald Trump’s account has been reinstated after running a poll in which users narrowly backed the move. “The people have spoken,” tweeted Mr Musk, saying that 51.8% of more than 15 million Twitter users voted for the ban to be lifted. But the …

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Donald Trump says he’ll run for president again in 2024

Former US President Donald Trump has launched his third bid for the White House, declaring: “America’s comeback starts right now.” At his Florida estate, he said: “We have to save our country.” Mr Trump’s announcement comes as some fellow Republicans blame him for the party’s lacklustre performance in last week’s …

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VIDEO: How two World War II planes collided mid-air

Two vintage World War Two-era planes have collided and crashed at an air show in the US state of Texas, killing at least two. Footage shows the aircraft striking each other at a low altitude, breaking one of the aircraft in half. A fireball can be seen as it hits …

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US student loan relief applications halted

The US government has stopped taking applications for President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan after a judge ruled it was illegal. District Judge Mark Pittman wrote on Thursday that the plan was unlawful because it overstepped the power of Congress. The judge’s ruling blocked debt relief for 26 million …

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