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    Senator Raphael Warnock taking the stage on Tuesday night in Atlanta after winning Georgia’s Senate runoff election. “I am Georgia,” he told supporters.
    CreditNicole Craine for The New York Times

    Warnock defeats Walker in Georgia’s Senate runoff.

    In the final battle of the 2022 midterms, Senator Raphael Warnock dealt another blow to Donald Trump, whose handpicked candidate, Herschel Walker, was outspent and outmatched.

    By Jonathan Weisman and

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    Prosecutors told jurors that Donald J. Trump personally paid for some perks and approved a crucial aspect of the scheme.
    CreditScott McIntyre for The New York Times

    Trump’s Company Is Guilty of Tax Fraud, a Blow to the Firm and the Man

    Prosecutors did not indict the former president, but they invoked him throughout the monthlong trial. The Trump Organization had been his springboard to fame and power.

    By Ben ProtessJonah E. BromwichWilliam K. Rashbaum and

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      The House committee investigating the Capitol riot at a hearing in October.
      CreditCheriss May for The New York Times

      House Jan. 6 Committee Signals It Will Issue Criminal Referrals

      Speaking before a formal decision had been made, Representative Bennie Thompson said his panel had not yet agreed on who would be the subject of the referrals or what the charges would be.

      By Michael S. SchmidtLuke Broadwater and




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