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Koru, Jeff Bezos’ Giant Yacht, Is Too Big to Anchor Near Others in Florida

The superyacht, called Koru, arrived in Port Everglades in Florida on Nov. 22, and has been docked near a more-than 610-foot-long oil tanker named Magnolia State.

Abraham Bergman, Doctor Who Sought Answers on SIDS, Dies at 91

He worked for the passage of major public health legislation; most notably, he helped secure millions in federal dollars for research into sudden infant death syndrome.

Biden’s Bond With Modi, India’s Leader, Is Tested by Alleged Plot

The charges illustrate how complicated it can be for American presidents to balance their relationships with deeply imperfect allies.

DeSantis to Debate Newsom at a Tenuous Time in His 2024 Campaign

For Mr. DeSantis, taking on Gavin Newsom is fraught with risks at a time when his presidential campaign seems to be gasping for air.

How Biden and Other Presidents Saw Kissinger: Adviser, Friend and Foil

In his decades in politics, the statesman advised many presidents. Here are some of their thoughts from over the years, in their own words.

George Santos Still Relishes the Limelight, Even as His Expulsion Vote Looms

Before the debate about his possible expulsion from Congress, George Santos seemed to embrace his starring role in a scandal of his own making.

6 Takeaways From Liz Cheney’s Book Assailing Trump and His ‘Enablers’

In a memoir to be published next week, the former congresswoman described how Republicans berated her, how her family lost friends and how she forged an unusual alliance with Nancy Pelosi.

Biden Hosts Angola’s President, Seeking to Strengthen Africa Ties

President Biden recommitted to a promise to invest in the continent, as the United States has lagged behind Russia and China in competing for influence.

6 Former Jail Officers Charged in Death of West Virginia Inmate

Prosecutors said the former corrections officers had made false statements to investigators after three of them assaulted Quantez Burks, 37, in March 2022.

Rand Paul Uses Heimlich on Joni Ernst at Senate Lunch

Colleagues praised Mr. Paul of Kentucky for acting swiftly to help Ms. Ernst of Iowa by performing the Heimlich maneuver as she choked on Thursday.

Kissinger: A Player on the World Stage Until the Very End

He traveled the globe when contemporaries had died or retired. Capitals around the world were still open to him. And he remained the toast of Davos.

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