Second Impeachment Trial Against Trump, Vaccine Rollout Challenges, Police Shootings : Up First Today, the U.S. Senate will receive the article of impeachment against former President Donald Trump for inciting an insurrection. But the actual trial won't start for another two weeks. Why the delay? Logistics continue to be a challenge in the fight against the coronavirus. Only about half of the vaccines that have been distributed have been administered.
And NPR's investigations team finds that 135 unarmed Black people were killed by police in the past five years.
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Second Impeachment Trial Against Trump, Vaccine Rollout Challenges, Police Shootings

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Second Impeachment Trial Against Trump, Vaccine Rollout Challenges, Police Shootings

Second Impeachment Trial Against Trump, Vaccine Rollout Challenges, Police Shootings

Second Impeachment Trial Against Trump, Vaccine Rollout Challenges, Police Shootings

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Today, the U.S. Senate will receive the article of impeachment against former President Donald Trump for inciting an insurrection. But the actual trial won't start for another two weeks. Why the delay? Logistics continue to be a challenge in the fight against the coronavirus. Only about half of the vaccines that have been distributed have been administered.
And NPR's investigations team finds that 135 unarmed Black people were killed by police in the past five years.