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USATODAY.com News - Top StoriesJan 24, 2020
Trump's beef: Saturday TV ratings for his team's opening arguments will be like 'Death Valley'
In Friday morning tweets slamming the Senate impeachment trial, Trump takes aim not just at his opponents, but at the timing of his side's arguments.      

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Democrats turn focus to obstruction charge in Trump impeachment trial (Reuters Top News)

CNN Top StoriesJan 24, 2020
The prosecutors in the impeachment trial get their last chance today to present their unchallenged case to senators and the nation


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Avlon: Senate impeachment trial sparks partisan news bubbles (CNN Top Stories)

Fox NewsJan 24, 2020
‘Stunned' Sen. Collins objected to Nadler's impeachment accusation in note to Roberts
One House Democrat's accusation amid the Trump impeachment trial "stunned" even the most moderate of Senate Republicans, reportedly prompting GOP Sen. Susan Collins to write a note to Chief Justice John Roberts about decorum on the floor of the upper chamber.

CNN Most RecentJan 24, 2020
Democrats zero in on winnable Republicans in Trump trial
Senators are soon going to start seeing Adam Schiff in their sleep. The lead House impeachment manager is pressuring the handful of GOP jurors who are considering a vote to call witness and delay the acquittal that President Donald Trump craves from his impeachment trial.

USATODAY.com News - Top StoriesJan 24, 2020
Harvey Weinstein trial: 'Sexual trauma' expert says victims 'almost always' go back to perpetrators
Prosecutors in Harvey Weinstein's sex-crimes trial called a 'rape trauma' expert to testify, the same one who testified against Bill Cosby.       

CNN Most RecentJan 24, 2020
House lawyers say Trump's impeachment defense undercuts argument against having his attorney testify
House Democrats asked a federal appeals court on Thursday to swiftly order former White House Counsel Don McGahn to testify in the House, saying arguments made by President Donald Trump's legal team during the impeachment trial have undercut the Justice Department's position in the long-simmering legal battle over McGahn's testimony.

CNN Most RecentJan 24, 2020
'Sopranos' actress testified that Harvey Weinstein raped her. An expert may now shed light on why Annabella Sciorra stayed quiet for years
The trial of disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein continues Friday, a day after actress Annabella Sciorra recounted in vivid detail how he allegedly barged into her apartment 25 years ago and raped her.

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Psychiatrist to testify in Weinstein trial as expert on sexual assault trauma (Reuters US News)

New York Times - Front PageJan 24, 2020
Democrats Seek to Pre-empt Trump's Defense in Impeachment Trial
The House impeachment managers sought to undercut the central elements of President Trump's defense, wading into a detailed defense of former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr.

Yahoo NewsJan 23, 2020
More than a third of Republicans say Trump probably broke the law. Most still don't want him removed from office.
Behold, the impeachment contradiction of contradictions.It's not surprising that a full 91 percent of Democrats have said they think President Trump "definitely" or "probably" did something illegal to warrant his impeachment, as a recent Pew Research Center poll found. But a solid 32 percent of Republicans or those who lean Republican have also said the same about Trump's conduct — not that they necessarily think it should warrant his removal.Yes, of Republicans who are either "definitely" or "probably" convinced Trump's behavior was illegal, a full 59 percent say that doesn't mean he should be removed from office, Pew found. As for those Republicans who say Trump has "definitely" or "probably" done something unethical, 78 percent believe he should remain. Among Republicans who say Trump has definitely or probably done things that are illegal, 59% say he should remain in office following the Senate impeachment trial. https://t.co/d0LOFwghRu pic.twitter.com/YZ5Z6cuwMN — Pew Research Center (@pewresearch) January 23, 2020Pew surveyed 12,638 people from Jan. 6-19 via phone and online, with a 1.3 percent margin of error.More stories from theweek.com Democrats walked right into Mitch McConnell's trap Longtime PBS anchor Jim Lehrer dies at 85 The world is less than 2 'minutes' from doomsday, atomic scientists warn

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