Senate Debates Impeachment Trial Rules, Virus Death Toll Rises, Mobile Voting Pilot The impeachment trial of President Donald Trump will continue Wednesday afternoon. The first day of the trial was dominated by partisan fighting over the rules of the trial. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell had to make some last-minute changes. How will these changes affect the process? A new virus thought to have originated in China made it all the way to Washington state. How is the Chinese government responding to the outbreak? And some more news from Washington state. More than a million people will be able to vote in a local election using a smartphone. Does this present a security risk?
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Senate Debates Impeachment Trial Rules, Virus Death Toll Rises, Mobile Voting Pilot

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Senate Debates Impeachment Trial Rules, Virus Death Toll Rises, Mobile Voting Pilot

Senate Debates Impeachment Trial Rules, Virus Death Toll Rises, Mobile Voting Pilot

Senate Debates Impeachment Trial Rules, Virus Death Toll Rises, Mobile Voting Pilot

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The impeachment trial of President Donald Trump will continue Wednesday afternoon. The first day of the trial was dominated by partisan fighting over the rules of the trial. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell had to make some last-minute changes. How will these changes affect the process? A new virus thought to have originated in China made it all the way to Washington state. How is the Chinese government responding to the outbreak? And some more news from Washington state. More than a million people will be able to vote in a local election using a smartphone. Does this present a security risk?