Harriet Alexander, The Telegraph

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Past articles by Harriet:

Donald Trump admits Joe Biden won the US election

The president repeated allegations that the vote was rigged → Read More

Thirteen charged as FBI thwart 'militia plot to kidnap governor of Michigan'

The Democrat governor of Michigan was the target of a kidnap plot organised by pro-Trump militia, the FBI says → Read More

Donald Trump’s tweet storm decoded: what the 19 all-caps messages were all about

Donald Trump went on a 6am Twitter rant on Monday, firing off 19 tweets, mainly in capital letters, including policy proposals → Read More

Northeastern University kicks out 11 students for coronavirus violations but keeps their $36,500 fee

US universities are struggling to contain the virus as classes return → Read More

What happened on the night of George Floyd's arrest and death?

The death of George Floyd has led to massive protests across the United States → Read More

What happened on the night of George Floyd's arrest and death?

The death of George Floyd has led to massive protests across the United States → Read More

US and Russia blocking UN plan for global ceasefire

The UN Secretary-General has urged warring countries to focus all their attention on fighting coronavirus → Read More

Meghan Markle to give first interview since leaving Royal Family

The Duchess of Sussex is set to talk about Elephant, the Disney film she narrated that began streaming this month → Read More

'People are dying left and right': inside New York's coronavirus battle

10 healthcare workers in New York tell The Telegraph what is happening at the US outbreak epicentre → Read More

Washington DC residents could get 90 days in prison for disobeying coronavirus lockdown

People in Washington DC have been warned they could be imprisoned for three months if they break strict new coronavirus rules as a full lockdown reached the US capital. → Read More

Canada considering loosening euthanasia restrictions

Canada is considering loosening its laws on euthanasia to make it them among the most relaxed restrictions in the world. → Read More

Trump says 'I'm not concerned' after Bolsonaro aide he met tests positive for coronavirus

A Brazilian man who posed for a photo with US President Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago on Saturday has tested positive for coronavirus. → Read More

Harvey Weinstein sentenced to 23 years in prison

Harvey Weinstein has been sentenced by a judge in New York to 23 years in prison – delighting his accusers by imposing a long sentence. → Read More

Harvey Weinstein 'miserable' in Rikers Island prison after falling and hitting his head

Harvey Weinstein is “miserable” in Rikers Island, having suffered a fall at the weekend and ending up concussed, his publicist has said. → Read More

Director of 'tacky' Diana musical defends show ahead of Broadway opening

The director of a new Broadway show telling the life of Diana, Princess of Wales has defended the musical from accusations that it is tacky and inappropriate. → Read More

Harvey Weinstein timeline: Key moments in Hollywood scandal

The scandal surrounding Harvey Weinstein erupted on October 5 2017, with the publication in The New York Times of a first series of accusations from women who claimed to have been harassed or assaulted by the movie mogul. → Read More

Harvey Weinstein trial: Jury finds Hollywood producer guilty of rape

Harvey Weinstein has been found guilty of rape and sexual assault by a court in New York. → Read More

Jury in Harvey Weinstein's trial ask if they can deliver a partial verdict

Jurors in the trial of Harvey Weinstein could be unable to reach a verdict on the most serious charges. → Read More

Harvey Weinstein's defence lawyers reprimanded by judge

Harvey Weinstein’s lawyers have been reprimanded by the judge once again for their interviews with the media. → Read More

Laddish larks at CIA revealed during trial of accused WikiLeaks source

Cyber experts with top security clearance at the CIA fought each other with rubber bands, fired foam darts across the office and devised childish pranks to humiliate their colleagues, a court in New York has heard. → Read More