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National polls show Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders are solidifying their holds as the two strongest candidates in the Democratic presidential field.
But the two are increasing their scrutiny of each other's long records. https://trib.al/ltTnJuw
Forecasters in southern Florida warned that a sharp cold snap — the area's coldest weather in 2 years — could bring a high chance of falling iguanas.
And, well, that's exactly what happened. https://trib.al/ddMR1xz
Why does it matter if senators in an impeachment trial are referred to as 'jurors'?
One senator during the Clinton impeachment trial argued that senators in such a trial have powers and attributes that no regular juror would ever have. https://trib.al/ajISytJ
"Seeking Thrills," the new album from British musician Georgia, is full of throwback dance beats and stripped-back vocals. "I feel like my whole identity, really, is caught up in the dance floor world," she says. https://trib.al/JQTRDCZ
Deborah Dugan has claimed that the Grammy Awards themselves are "ripe with corruption" — an accusation that threatens to tarnish the credibility of a prize that touts itself as a vaunted symbol of peer recognition. https://trib.al/7KGZQn9
In over 30 states, it's illegal for someone living with HIV to have sex without first disclosing their status.
But it's hard to prove that you told your partner — and public health experts say the laws disincentivize people from knowing their status. https://trib.al/c6IDnMu
Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., cast the implications of the impeachment trial into historic terms for Congress' power and the standing of the U.S. "If we don't stand up to this peril today, we will write the history of our decline with our hand," he said. https://trib.al/BdAnFuO
New Jersey has enacted a law that requires businesses with 100 or more full-time employees to pay their workers one week of severance pay for every year of service during mass layoffs. https://trib.al/oZJcI4l
Just two beverages are allowed on the Senate chamber's floor during the impeachment trial: water and milk.
Here's why. https://trib.al/s1pvFUg
Protests in Iraq have escalated with the blockage of highways and forced closure of government offices — putting anti-government demonstrators on a more dangerous collision course with security forces. https://trib.al/pTzo5Ou
President Trump was accused of trying to "cheat" his way to reelection by Rep. Adam Schiff in the second day of the impeachment trial.
Listen here for today's recap from the @nprpolitics podcast 👇 https://trib.al/7liB8kK
Joe Biden is defending his record on Social Security amid increased criticism from Bernie Sanders' campaign, which repeatedly pointed to Biden's willingness as a U.S. senator to back spending freezes for Social Security and other entitlement programs. https://trib.al/zckyOPo
The startup Memphis Meats says it has a "clear path" to bring cell-based meats to the market.
The process involves growing meat from animal cells in a "cultivator" — and is similar to how yeast is grown in breweries to produce beer. https://trib.al/GH8qtzx
When Mexican officials fought to stop hundreds of migrant from crossing into Mexico from Guatemala, chaos broke out — and a mother was separated from her 5-year-old daughter.
On late Tuesday, the two were reunited. https://trib.al/Eh9xLvg
Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., argued today that if President Trump is permitted to keep his office — even after barring witnesses from talking to Congress and withholding documents — the Senate will have given away its power to hold presidents accountable. https://trib.al/DqmwWp9
The sudden death of rapper Juice WRLD at Chicago's Midway International Airport last month was caused by an accidental overdose of codeine and oxycodone, according to the medical examiner. https://trib.al/EvgV7u2
This winter, the salmon and steelhead trout runs on the Clearwater River are among the lowest they've been in a century.
It's never been easy for the fish — navigating dams, fishing and predators — but the situation is now exacerbated by climate change. https://trib.al/jixc4Sj
The rules have been set, and the impeachment trial is underway. Here's a closer look at the process so far and what the next steps could be. https://trib.al/WSXyZ4Q
In today's quick, random etymology lesson: There's a reason the term "pettifogging" sounds so much like "petty f***ing," etymologist Anatoly Liberman says. https://trib.al/Y9RvljY