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WATCH: "If we don't stand up to this peril today, we will write the history of our decline with our own hand." — Rep. Adam Schiff makes the case against President Trump's conduct while in office #ImpeachmentPBS  #TrumpImpeachmentTrial 

Just counted 21 empty seats on the GOP side of the Senate, 2 on the Dem side, a couple hours into Schiff's presentation. Some are just stretching their legs, but most are not in the chamber. Some of them have been out of there for a while.

BREAKING: We're demanding the National Archives turn over all records concerning its decision to doctor a 2017 Women's March photo in order to remove protest signs critical of President Trump or referencing women's bodies.

Trump breaks his own Twitter record with 132 tweets or retweets as of 4:45 p.m., the most of any single day of his presidency, as he defended himself and lashed out at the House managers.

Officials in Wuhan, China, shut down the airport, trains, buses and subways to stop a coronavirus that's killed 17 people and sickened more than 500

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Q: "Will you show up at your trial?" Trump: "I'd love to go." Q: "So why don't you go?" Trump: "I don't know, I'd... sit right in the front row and stare at their corrupt faces." Q: "So why not?" Trump: "Don't keep talking because you may convince me to do it."

Chris Wallace says that Adam Schiff “completely misrepresented” Mick Mulvaney’s comments when he said to “get over it.”

@RepJasonCrow  speaking about importance of US military aid to Ukraine and consequences of holding it up. He specifically mentioned counter-battery radars. Here’s what Yuriy Krupko, deputy commander of Ukraine’s 28th Mechanized Brigade, told me about them:

An adorable 3-year-old from Missouri was filmed leading his class in a sweet prayer before lunch.

In a statement, the National Archives said it was a “mistake” to alter the photo. A mistake is tripping and spilling coffee on the photo. Blurring signs that are critical of the president or reference women's bodies is a deliberate act.