Here's the latest for Thursday January 14th: Trump impeached for a second time; Trump urges followers not to become violent; National Guard presence building in DC; Coronavirus variant detected in Wisconsin.
Here's the latest from the Associated Press for January 14th: World Health Organization visits Wuhan, China; Fires displaces thousands of Rohingya refugees; Blue Origin rocket takes off and lands successfully; Siegfried Fischbacher dead at 81. Here are the top stories for Dec. 14th: First COVID vaccines administered in US; Presidential electors are meeting to formally choose President and Vice President; Government agencies on alert for hacking attacks; John Le Carre dies at 89. Here are the top stories for Friday, Jan. 15th: Biden highlights vaccine rollout plan, Trump to depart DC just before Inauguration; Global COVID-19 deaths pass 2 million; Chuck Yeager remembered in West Virginia. Here are the top stories for Sunday, Jan. 17: Statehouses largely quiet amid increased U.S. security; Kremlin critic detained at a Moscow airport; Norway adjusts advice on COVID-19 vaccine; Funerary temple discovered in Egypt. (Jan. 17)