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In this artist sketch, Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., flanked by Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., left, and Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., right, listens during the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump. Several Senators report that the trial's strict rules and long hours make are testing their mental fortitude. Dana Verkouteren/AP hide caption

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The sun sets over the US Capitol on the third day of the Senate impeachment trial Thursday. Samuel Corum/Getty Images hide caption

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A Few Republicans And The American Public: Democrats Target Their Impeachment Message

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The Hankou Railway Station in Wuhan, China, was closed as part of a shutdown of public transportation — an effort to control the spread of what's being called the Wuhan coronavirus. Barcroft Media via Getty Images hide caption

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China Halts Transportation Out Of Wuhan To Contain Coronavirus. Could It Backfire?

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Actress Annabella Sciorra described in detail the alleged assault by Harvey Weinstein during his trial on Thursday. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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Actress Annabella Sciorra Testifies That Harvey Weinstein Raped Her

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The Doomsday Clock reads 100 seconds to midnight, a decision made by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists that was announced Thursday. The clock is intended to represent the danger of global catastrophe. Eva Hambach/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Sandra Joyce, the head of global intelligence at the cybersecurity firm FireEye, speaks at the company's Cyber Defense Summit in 2018. Private tech companies are increasingly taking the lead in reporting information about suspected attacks by foreign actors. In some cases, the companies sell their reports to the U.S. intelligence community. Courtesy of FireEye hide caption

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Tech Companies Take A Leading Role In Warning Of Foreign Cyber Threats

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Michael Chabon attends the premiere of CBS All Access' Star Trek: Picard in Hollywood, Calif., on Jan. 13, 2020. Rich Fury/Getty Images hide caption

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'First, Last And Always, I Am A Fan': Michael Chabon Steers Latest 'Star Trek'

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The phone of Jeff Bezos allegedly was hacked via a WhatsApp account held by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Bandar Algaloud/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Visiting the U.S. to have a baby — and secure a U.S. passport for the child — is not "a legitimate activity for pleasure or of a recreational nature," the State Department says. Benny Snyder/AP hide caption

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Isabel dos Santos, seen here attending a screening of BlacKkKlansman at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival in France, has been accused of embezzlement and money laundering in Angola. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images hide caption

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Airport officials screen for possible cases of the novel coronavirus at Wuhan Tianhe International Airport in Wuhan, China, where the illness originated. Emily Wang/AP hide caption

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Can Airport Screening Help Stop The Spread Of Wuhan Coronavirus?

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Presiding Judge Abdulqawi Ahmed Yusuf, fourth from right, reads the ruling. The panel said Myanmar must take steps to protect the Muslim minority, who "remain extremely vulnerable" after a brutal 2017 crackdown by the military. Peter Dejong/AP hide caption

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A photograph of Vladimir Munk, (center), taken in March 1938 before the Nazis invaded Czechoslovakia. After being imprisoned in concentration camps for years, Munk returned to his hometown of Pardubice, Czechoslovakia in May 1945 (right). Emily Russell/NCPR hide caption

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Kendra Espinoza stands with her daughters outside the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday. Espinoza is the lead plaintiff in a case that could make it easier to use public money to pay for religious schooling. Jessica Gresko/AP hide caption

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Supreme Court Could Be Headed To A Major Unraveling Of Public School Funding

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