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The Full Guest List for the State Dinner

More than 300 guests were invited, including government officials, French fashion designers, actors and big donors.

Arizona’s Cochise County Certifies Election Results as Officials End Protest

Officials in Cochise County gave final approval to the midterm results after a judge ordered them to end the stall tactics.

How Herschel Walker Could Win Georgia’s Senate Race

Despite all the tough headlines, he could prevail. Here are two theories about how the runoff could unfold.

What to Know About Harvey Weinstein’s Sex Crimes Trial in L.A.

Jurors are about to consider seven charges of rape and sexual assault against the former film producer, who was convicted of similar charges in New York in 2020.

Biden and Macron: How a ‘Genuine’ Bond Between the Two Leaders Was Built

State visits are meant to test how far flattery can get a president in winning the support of a key ally. But President Biden and President Emmanuel Macron of France have a “genuine” rapport, an official said.

With Senate Vote, Congress Moves to Avert Rail Strike

Bipartisan coalitions in the House and Senate pushed through a bill that would impose an agreement between rail companies and their workers.

Report Suggests Tax Audits of Trump Foes Were Random, but Leaves Questions

The I.R.S.’s inspector general said that returns from James Comey and Andrew McCabe were initially part of a randomly generated pool, but that a flaw in the final winnowing required further attention.

Art Brewer, Leading Photographer of Surfers, Is Dead at 71

A surfer from a young age, he began publishing his pictures when he was a teenager and became renowned for both his action shots and his portraits.

Turnout Was Strong in Georgia, but Mail Voting Plummets After New Law

An analysis of November turnout data shows that voting by mail dropped as Georgians increasingly cast ballots in person. The shift hints at the possible impact of a 2021 voting overhaul.

Supreme Court to Hear Case on Biden’s Student Loan Debt Forgiveness

The justices left in place an injunction blocking the Biden administration’s authority to forgive up to $20,000 in debt per borrower.

Joel Greenberg, Former Gaetz Confidant, Sentenced to 11 Years in Prison

Joel Greenberg, a tax collector in Florida, had been cooperating with the Justice Department in its investigation into Representative Matt Gaetz.

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