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Whitaker’s Appointment as Acting Attorney General Faces Court Challenge

Whitaker’s Appointment as Acting Attorney General Faces Court Challenge

President Trump named Matthew G. Whitaker acting attorney general after forcing out Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
DealBook: WeWork’s Rise: How a Sublet Start-Up Is Taking Over

DealBook: WeWork’s Rise: How a Sublet Start-Up Is Taking Over

The WeWork building at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. The company has said it is the largest real estate tenant in New York, London and Washington.
Germany’s Real Political Divide Is Generational

Germany’s Real Political Divide Is Generational

Listening to classical music in a park in Leipzig, Germany. Younger Germans are increasingly fed up with the angst and pessimism of the boomer generation, Jagoda Marinic writes.
U.S. Declines to Sign Declaration Discouraging Use of Cyberattacks

U.S. Declines to Sign Declaration Discouraging Use of Cyberattacks

President Emmanuel Macron of France on Monday in Paris, where he released the “Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace” declaration.
Amazon Chooses Queens and a Washington Suburb for ‘Second Headquarters’

Amazon Chooses Queens and a Washington Suburb for ‘Second Headquarters’

A view of Long Island City in Queens on Tuesday. Amazon has chosen the outer-borough neighborhood for one of its two HQ2 locations, according to a person familiar with the decision-making process.
Federal Judge Delays Certification of Georgia Election Results

Federal Judge Delays Certification of Georgia Election Results

A judge on Monday delayed the certification of the results of Georgia’s governor’s race. Above, provisional ballots were counted in Atlanta on Wednesday.
David Pearson, ‘Silver Fox’ of Stock Car Racing, Dies at 83

David Pearson, ‘Silver Fox’ of Stock Car Racing, Dies at 83

David Pearson at his Nascar Hall of Fame induction in 2011. In a career spanning 27 seasons, Pearson won 105 races, second only to Richard Petty’s 200.
In California’s Fires, Fear for the Missing: ‘I Loved Her. And I Don’t Know if I’ll Ever See Her Again.’

In California’s Fires, Fear for the Missing: ‘I Loved Her. And I Don’t Know if I’ll Ever See Her Again.’

Police investigators sifting through the ruins of the 97-unit Ridgewood Mobile Home Park in Paradise, Calif., on Monday.
Coming to Papua New Guinea: World Leaders (and 40 Maseratis)

Coming to Papua New Guinea: World Leaders (and 40 Maseratis)

A new road in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, linking Parliament to venues for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit meeting being held this week. The country is by far the poorest of APEC’s 21
Black Security Guard Responding to Shooting Is Killed by Police

Black Security Guard Responding to Shooting Is Killed by Police

Jemel Roberson was trying to stop a suspected gunman outside of the Chicago-area bar where he was working as a security guard when he was shot and killed by the police, the authorities said.
A Saudi Murder Becomes a Gift to Iran

A Saudi Murder Becomes a Gift to Iran

Protesters calling for justice in the killing of Jamal Khashoggi, outside the Saudi Arabian embassy in Washington.
Facebook Failed to Police How Its Partners Handled User Data

Facebook Failed to Police How Its Partners Handled User Data

Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook’s chief operating officer, testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee in September. Ron Wyden, a committee member, has pressed the company on its data privacy
News Analysis: Inside the Republican Strategy to Discredit the Florida Recount

News Analysis: Inside the Republican Strategy to Discredit the Florida Recount

Protesters gathered outside of the Broward County supervisor of elections’ office in Lauderhill, Fla., on Friday.
Bipartisan Sentencing Overhaul Moves Forward, but Rests on Trump

Bipartisan Sentencing Overhaul Moves Forward, but Rests on Trump

Senator Charles E. Grassley, who helped craft the bill, would introduce the measure in days if President Trump offered his support this week.
Cooperating Witness in Mueller Inquiry Predicts His Own Indictment for Lying

Cooperating Witness in Mueller Inquiry Predicts His Own Indictment for Lying

Jerome Corsi, a friend of the Trump adviser Roger J. Stone Jr., in October 2008 in Kenya. Mr. Corsi predicted his own indictment on Monday in a YouTube live stream that included a plea to listeners
Kyrsten Sinema Declared Winner in Arizona Senate Race

Kyrsten Sinema Declared Winner in Arizona Senate Race

After a delayed count, Ms. Sinema scored a groundbreaking victory for Democrats in a state that has been a Republican bastion for decades.