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Federal Judge Rejects Trump’s Immunity Claims in Election Case

The ruling is likely to spark a series of appeals that the former president’s lawyers hope will push the trial on election interference charges past the 2024 election.

Inmate Stabbed Derek Chauvin 22 Times, U.S. Says

John Turscak, 52, has been charged with attempting to murder Mr. Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police officer who is serving more than two decades in prison for the murder of George Floyd.

Georgia County Signs Up to Use Voter Database Backed by Election Deniers

The decision ignores warnings from voting rights groups and some election experts.

DeSantis Takes Fight for Second Place to Nikki Haley’s Home State

After ignoring each other for much of the campaign, the two candidates now engage in near-daily attacks and have sparred with increasing intensity on the debate stage.

Paleoconservative or Moderate? Questions for Staffing the Next G.O.P. White House.

The Heritage Foundation asks applicants for a future Republican administration a series of questions about their ideology, showing the extent to which “America First” has shaped the modern G.O.P.

U.S. Appeals Court Orders Texas to Remove Buoy Barrier in Rio Grande

Gov. Greg Abbott’s office has said the floating buoys are needed to restrict migrants entering from Mexico. The federal government said they were illegal.

What It Takes to Transform the White House for the Holidays

300 volunteers (including the first lady’s twin sisters), 98 Christmas trees and a 300-pound gingerbread house are just the beginning.

Republicans Insist on Deposing Hunter Biden, Saying Public Hearing Must Wait

House Republicans who have subpoenaed Hunter Biden to testify in the impeachment inquiry into President Biden insisted on a private, videotaped deposition before a public hearing.

Lori Vallow Daybell, ‘Doomsday’ Belief Mom, Is Extradited to Arizona

Ms. Vallow Daybell was convicted in Idaho in May in the murders of two of her children and of conspiring to murder her husband’s previous wife. She faces charges in other cases.

DeSantis-Newsom Debate: What We Learned and Key Takeaways

Ron DeSantis showed a feistier side, using a friendly moderator to go on offense. Gavin Newsom defended California and President Biden, and jabbed right back.

Criminal Investigation Roils Florida Republican Party

Christian Ziegler, the state G.O.P. chairman, is under investigation after a sexual battery allegation. Democrats have called for his resignation.

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