Coastal plain was up for sale as part of the Trump administration’s plan to pay for Republicans’ tax cuts with oil revenue
Shareholder payout to stay despite 73% fall in quarterly profits due to impact of Covid-19
Saudi Aramco joins Oil and Gas Climate Initiative pledge but critics say targets are insufficient
From its sublime palaces and museums to its divine art deco markets, the city’s glorious architecture is lovingly captured in a thrilling new book. But can it survive a tidal wave of foreign investment?
The US actor is starring as a black Trump supporter in Spike Lee’s Da 5 Bloods. He talks about the racism he endured in Britain – and why the George Floyd protests are a sign of hope
World’s most profitable company posts net profits of $16.64bn for first quarter
With New York’s glitziest fashion event in lockdown, people rose to the occasion on social media
Paul Hart, the artistic director of Berkshire’s Watermill, records an evolving crisis week by week, from cancellations to pay cuts and creative plans
The song contest may be cancelled due to coronavirus, but heartbroken fans, plucky contestants and prosthetic-wearing Finns are partying on regardless. Full marks everyone!
Twelve years after cancelling it, the novelist is to publish a retelling of her smash hit YA novel from the vampire’s perspective
Gilles Peterson and Flea of Red Hot Chili Peppers pay tribute to the Fela Kuti collaborator, described by Brian Eno as ‘perhaps the greatest drummer who ever lived’
A firm with the biggest carbon footprint seeks cash to grow just as the fight against climate change needs it to shrink