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The Guardian

Judicial Bias and its toll on America's Courts

A months-long investigation into judicial malfeasance and the lack of checks, balances and oversight on the U.S. judiciary. When Margaret Besen, a 51-year-old nurse from East Northport, Long Island, filed for divorce from her husband in March of 2010, she believed justice was on her side.

The Guardian

Watch X-Men's Evan Peters and Green Lantern's Ryan Reynolds star in TV ads

It’s clash of the superheroes as the Quicksilver star backs Sky and the Canadian hunk sends up his Deadpool role for BT...

The Guardian

10 steps to eco action: Helen Peters's practical guide

Got an eco issue you care about? Fight for it! The author of The Secret Hen House Theatre, Helen Peters, did when her family’s farm was under threat from a local water company. She explains how to take eco action to save the things you love...

The Guardian

Rick Peters | The Guardian

Rick Peters, family and friends: With the countdown to Christmas upon us, our panel of children and grownups put advent calendars to the test, with doors ......

The Guardian

Tour de France 2016 green jersey race: Peter Sagan and his main rivals

The Slovak rider is again the man to beat, though André Greipel and Mark Cavendish have the knowhow and experience to challenge for the green jersey...

The Guardian

Derelict St Peter's seminary to get £4.2m lottery-funded revamp

Iconic chapel will be resurrected to create a 600-capacity venue while former sacristy and crypt will be used for exhibitions...

The Guardian

Open access: six myths to put to rest

Open access to research is still held back by misunderstandings repeated by people who should know better, says Peter Suber...

The Guardian

St Peter's seminary – its ruins remade by rippling, spectral light

The wrecked modernist seminary near Glasgow has been transformed for just 10 nights by the public artists NVA, rebuilt with light and sound...

The Guardian

Arnold Peters obituary

Actor who played Jack Woolley in The Archers...

The Guardian

Peter Stevens obituary

General administrator of the National Theatre during Peter Hall’s time as director...

The Guardian

Steven Gerrard backs Dr Steve Peters to give England World Cup edge

England's captain, Steven Gerrard, has said he believes the recruitment of Dr Steve Peters will be invaluable to the squad in Brazil, with him helping in situations of pressure...

The Guardian

Reimagining park life: how Britain’s green spaces are scrambling for cash

The installation of Go Ape in Battersea Park is part of a growing movement towards the privatisation of green spaces. How can cash-strapped councils bring in private money without turning parks into grassy high streets?...

The Guardian

Dominic West and Clarke Peters: 'We love each other's company' | Interview

Dominic West and Clarke Peters first met on the set of the Baltimore crime series The Wire. Now they're back together to star in Daniel Evans's production of Othello in Sheffield, writes Andrew Anthony...

The Guardian

Clarke Peters’s favourite TV: 'I made so much dollhouse furniture on The Wire'

The Wire and Treme star on Gerald McBoing-Boing, Benny Hill and Downton Abbey...

The Guardian

Like minds at Liverpool prove value of England's Dr Steve Peters | Richard Williams

Richard Williams: Sports psychiatrist who will travel with England party to World Cup in Brazil has already shown gains from his work at Anfield...