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Harry and Meghan’s Big Funding Source Is Private. Sort of.

By Benjamin Mueller

Prince Charles’s pledge to help support the couple as they forgo public funding has put a spotlight on his own sources of wealth, including a billion-pound real estate conglomerate.

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When the Prince of Wales Is Your Landlord

By Amie Tsang

On England’s southwestern coast, a community built by the Duchy of Cornwall is attracting residents who have bought into Prince Charles’s housing philosophy.

When the Prince of Wales Is Your Landlord

By Amie Tsang

On England’s southwestern coast, a community built by the Duchy of Cornwall is attracting residents who have bought into Prince Charles’s housing philosophy.

Pope Francis Replaces Conservative Archbishop of Philadelphia

By Elizabeth Dias and Jason Horowitz

Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, who was appointed to the position by Pope Benedict XVI in 2011, has long been known as a theological and political conservative, often at odds with Pope Francis.

Davos 2020 diary – day #3

By Beatriz Rios reporting from Davos

Welcome to Davos where the 50th edition of the World Economic Forum (WEF) is taking place on 21-25 January. Throughout the week, EURACTIV gives you a glimpse into one of the world’s most exclusive conferences where political and business leaders meet every year to discuss global economic trends.

With His Fourth Book, Charles Yu Finally Feels Like a Writer

By Adam Sternbergh

“Interior Chinatown” explores Asian-American stereotypes, something that captivated the novelist and TV writer as he thought about stars, supporting characters and who gets to play the lead.

Budget battle hampers EU in space

By Alexandra Brzozowski

With the continuous militarisation of space, EU policymakers have started dropping their opposition to plans linking Europe's civilian space assets with defence elements. But as the political tide is slowly turning, cuts proposed in the EU’s draft budget threaten the new ambition.

Impeachment Trial Live: Highlights and Takeaways

By Eileen Sullivan

Senators worked early into Wednesday morning as they considered a proposal for the proceedings from Senator Mitch McConnell. Here are the key highlights.

McConnell Impeachment Rules Modify Clinton Precedent

By Nicholas Fandos

The Senate Republican leader proposed impeachment trial rules that push the 1999 precedent toward President Trump’s preferences.

McConnell Impeachment Rules Modify Clinton Precedent

By Nicholas Fandos

The Senate Republican leader proposed impeachment trial rules that push the 1999 precedent toward President Trump’s preferences.

Lawmakers Clash Over Shape of Impeachment Trial as Rules Vote Looms

By Michael D. Shear

Senator Chuck Schumer, the Democratic leader, accused the majority leader, Senator Mitch McConnell, of keeping the chamber in the dark about his proposed rules and planning to conduct a rushed trial.

EU sidelined as Berlin summit thrashes out shaky Libya ceasefire

By Alexandra Brzozowski

World powers at a Berlin Conference on Sunday (19 January), attended by the main backers of the rival Libyan factions, committed to end military support for the civil war parties and uphold an existing UN arms embargo.

A Narrative Collapses as Trump Tweets: β€˜It Doesn’t Really Matter’

By Annie Karni

President Trump cited Maj. Gen. Qassim Suleimani’s “horrible past” as possibly reason enough for the drone strike that killed him.

A Narrative Collapses as Trump Tweets: β€˜It Doesn’t Really Matter’

By Annie Karni

President Trump cited Maj. Gen. Qassim Suleimani’s “horrible past” as possibly reason enough for the drone strike that killed him.

Schumer, Eyeing Senate’s Top Job, Navigates Tricky Impeachment Terrain

By Sheryl Gay Stolberg

Senator Chuck Schumer, the minority leader, knows the Senate is unlikely to convict President Trump. So he is focusing on what constitutes a fair trial — and trying to put Republicans in a box.

J. Charles Jones, Civil Rights Activist, Is Dead at 82

By Neil Genzlinger

He was a participant in many pivotal events of the 1960s, beginning with lunch-counter protests in Charlotte, N.C.

Macron, Sahel leaders meet to boost anti-jihadist campaign

By Georgi Gotev

French President Emmanuel Macron will on Monday (13 January) host counterparts from five Sahel countries seeking more backing in the fight against a murderous jihadist uprising even as France's military role is being questioned.

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