Today in History for December 7th

Today in History for December 7th

On this date in 1941, Japanese forces attack the home base of the U.S. Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii - prompting America under President Franklin D. Roosevelt to enter World War II.
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Second day of arguments in Trump impeachment begins

Second day of arguments in Trump impeachment begins

House Democrats prosecuting President Donald Trump's impeachment are trying to win over senators and a deeply divided American public. Rep. Jerrold Nadler argued Thursday the president's conduct was "illegal," and "dangerous."
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Schumer: Still no deal on trial witnesses

Schumer: Still no deal on trial witnesses

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says witnesses and documents are still vital in having a fair impeachment trial of President Donald Trump. And he says there are no bipartisan deals in the making for witnesses, document or any new evidence.
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Britain's Prince Charles appears to snub Pence

Britain's Prince Charles appears to snub Pence

Britain's Prince Charles appeared to snub U.S. Vice President Mike Pence on Thursday during his arrival to the World Holocaust Forum event.
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Coronavirus leads to large city lockdowns in China

Coronavirus leads to large city lockdowns in China

Chinese authorities are locking down three cities that are home to more than 18 million people in an effort to contain the deadly coronavirus; Seventeen people have died, all of them in and around Wuhan, China.
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Actress confronts Weinstein at rape trial

Actress confronts Weinstein at rape trial

Actress Annabella Sciorra is testifying that Harvey Weinstein held her down and raped her.
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Georgia goes clubbing sober for 'Seeking Thrills'

Georgia goes clubbing sober for 'Seeking Thrills'

Recording artist Georgia spent 24 hours in a club as research for her latest single "24 Hours," and said the experiences that inspired her second album, "Seeking Thrills," happened when she was sober.
ShowBiz Minute: Jones, Juice WRLD, Weinstein

ShowBiz Minute: Jones, Juice WRLD, Weinstein

Surviving members of "Monty Python" pay tribute to Terry Jones; Rapper Juice WRLD died of accidental drug overdose, says coroner; Harvey Weinstein confident of fair trial as opening statements heard in New York trial.
On This Day: 23 January 2018

On This Day: 23 January 2018

Neil Diamond announced he was retiring from concert touring.
Jean Paul Gaultier embraces 'new adventure'

Jean Paul Gaultier embraces 'new adventure'

Over 100 models walked the catwalk at Jean Paul Gaultier's final haute couture show in Paris. Backstage, the legendary designer reflected on his trailblazing 50-year career and said he's looking forward to a "new adventure."
Bong Joon-ho, Ruth Carter attend AAFCA Awards

Bong Joon-ho, Ruth Carter attend AAFCA Awards

Oscar-nominated director Bong Joon-ho, costume designer Ruth Carter and actor Trevor Jackson attend the 11th annual African American Film Critics Association Awards in Los Angeles.
AP Top Stories January 23

AP Top Stories January 23

Here's the latest for Thursday January 23rd: More coronavirus cases in China; 3 US firefighters die in Australia plane crash; Democrats complete first day of impeachment trial arguments; 1 dead, 7 wounded in downtown Seattle shooting.
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Australia plane crash kills 3 US firefighters

Australia plane crash kills 3 US firefighters

Three American crew members died Thursday when a C-130 Hercules aerial water tanker crashed while battling wildfires in southeastern Australia, officials said.
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Protester interrupts Senate impeachment trial

Protester interrupts Senate impeachment trial

A protester briefly interrupted the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump on Wednesday. The protester could be heard screaming as Democratic Rep. Hakeem Jeffries of New York was speaking.
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1 dead, 7 wounded in downtown Seattle shooting

1 dead, 7 wounded in downtown Seattle shooting

Multiple people opened fire outside a McDonald's in the busiest part of downtown Seattle during the evening commute Wednesday, killing one person and wounding seven others, police said. Authorities are seeking the suspects.
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Today in History for January 23rd

Today in History for January 23rd

Highlights of Today in History: Accord reached in Vietnam; North Korea seizes the U.S.S. Pueblo; Roots airs; Bob Keeshan dies; Johnny Carson dies.
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Small plane crashes in Calif., 4 reported dead

Small plane crashes in Calif., 4 reported dead

Authorities say four people were killed Wednesday in the crash of a small airplane at a Southern California airfield. Firefighters found the plane burning in brush on the east side of the airport, not far from one end of the runway.
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Damian Lillard on Trail Blazers' season

Damian Lillard on Trail Blazers' season

Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard talks about his team's urgency to finish the season strong following his 61-point game against Golden State
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Canada lawyer: focus on fraud in Huawei exec case

Canada lawyer: focus on fraud in Huawei exec case

A Canadian justice department lawyer said Wednesday that fraud, not sanctions, is the crucial element for a judge to consider when deciding if a senior executive of Chinese tech giant Huawei should be extradited to the United States.
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Dogs lose weight and become healthy with owners help

Dogs lose weight and become healthy with owners help

For PEOPLE Magazine's annual "Half Their Size" issue, two pups who lost a lot of weight got a special feature: Chihuahua mix Shorty and beagle Pearl.
Mich. residents react to ongoing impeachment trial

Mich. residents react to ongoing impeachment trial

Americans doubt the Senate impeachment trial will do anything to change their minds about whether President Donald Trump should be removed from office. That’s according to a poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research
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AP Top Stories

AP Top Stories

Here's the latest for Wednesday, January 22: Opening arguments in President Trump's impeachment trial; Republicans block Democratic efforts to call witnesses; Wuhan, China, stopping planes and trains due to virus; Harvey Weinstein's rape trial beg...
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Schiff: A president 'this lawless' must be removed

Schiff: A president 'this lawless' must be removed

Democratic House impeachment managers argued Wednesday that President Donald Trump abused his presidential powers and should be removed from office. Lead manager Rep. Adam Schiff asks, should the American people "just get over it?"
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Zoo uses old Christmas trees for animal treat

Zoo uses old Christmas trees for animal treat

Keepers at the Brookfield Zoo near Chicago repurpose the zoo's discarded Christmas trees to give some animals a post holiday treat.
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Weinstein expects fair trial, credits lawyers

Weinstein expects fair trial, credits lawyers

Harvey Weinstein said he was confident about getting a fair trial as he made his way into the courtroom Wednesday. When asked why, he said: "I have good lawyers." Weinstein is charged with raping one woman and sexually assaulting another.
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