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News Brief: Impeachment Trial, New Coronavirus, Smartphone Voting

NPR Wednesday, 22 January 2020
Senate hears opening statements in Trump's impeachment trial. A deadly virus that first appeared in China has reached the U.S. And, King County, Wash., voters may use smartphones in February election.
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News video: U.S. Senate Approves Impeachment Trial Rules Along Party Line Vote

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KDKA's Lisa Washington has the developments overnight as the U.S. Senate approved impeachment trial rules along a party line vote.

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