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The court hearing on whether to disqualify Fulton County, Georgia District Attorney Fani Willis from the election case against former President Donald Trump is set to resume on Feb. 27. Judge Scott McAfee has ordered key witness Terrence Bradley back to the stand. Mr. Bradley is special prosecutor Nathan Wade’s former law partner as well as his divorce attorney.

Michigan is holding its Republican and Democratic presidential primaries on Feb. 27. Polls opened at 7 a.m. and will close at 8 p.m. The primary comes after early voting, which lasted from Feb. 17 until Feb. 25. President Trump and President Joe Biden are both expected to secure big wins in their respective contests.

Israel, Hamas, and Qatari mediators all expressed caution about progress toward a cease-fire, after President Biden said he believed a hostage and cease-fire agreement could be reached by next Monday. Negotiators have been working to broker a deal before the start of Ramadan, around March 10—but Qatar said a breakthrough has yet to be reached, though mediators remain optimistic.

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