Senators gird for spirited debate over rules governing Trump’s trial

The House impeachment managers on Monday head to a walk-through of the Senate floor in preparation for today’s proceedings. (Melina Mara/The Post)
The House impeachment managers on Monday head to a walk-through of the Senate floor in preparation for today’s proceedings. (Melina Mara/The Post)
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How McConnell’s proposed trial will work

If the Senate majority leader has his way, President Trump's impeachment trial will be short and quick. With swing senators in favor of this resolution, it’s expected to pass.

Trump’s lawyers, Senate allies aim to ensure Bolton does not testify publicly

Republicans are making plans in case Democrats are able to force testimony from witnesses, including the former national security adviser.

Iran confirms 2 Russian-made missiles hit Ukrainian airliner

The report from the Civil Aviation Organization called for help from U.S. and French authorities in decoding the flight recorders.

China urges travel restrictions in bid to limit outbreak as number of confirmed cases jumps

Health authorities sought to impose a quasi-quarantine around Wuhan, a city of 11 million people where the virus is believed to have originated.

A head-on collision of worldviews at Davos

As President Trump lashed out at "prophets of doom," activist Greta Thunberg called for climate action.

A crumbling bridge and restorative justice

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Clinton also repeatedly alluded to what she suggested was sexism in Sanders's campaign.
The caravan presented a new test for the Mexican government, which promised the Trump administration last year that it would step up enforcement.
While experts cautioned into over-interpreting the change, but Ri Son Gwan, the new foreign minister, has a reputation for being a hard-line, testy negotiator.
In Britain, questions are being asked about their plans to use the Sussex Royal brand.
Schools such as Stillwater Christian in Montana are watching what could be a landmark case testing the constitutionality of state laws that exclude religious organizations from government funding.
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Visiting Tokyo? Here’s how to ride the train like a local.

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