Jan. 23, 2020
                House managers continue making their case on the second of three days of House arguments in the Senate impeachment trial.
                House Democrats faced off against Trump’s lawyers in his Senate impeachment trial, only the third in history for a president.
                The Senate has banned coffee, electronics and talking during the impeachment trial. Senators have turned to milk, fidget spinners and candy to get through it.
                As President Trump’s impeachment trial in the Senate rolls on, the cable-access aesthetic makes it hard to focus. But doing so is essential for democracy.
                House Democrats are about to begin formally presenting their case in the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump after a grueling 12-hour partisan fight over the rules. Led by Rep. Adam B. Schiff, the Democratic managers now have three days to present the House’s arguments for impeachment. Watch the trial live and follow our coverage.Watch live>>
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                Child soldiers — some as young as 6 — are being conscripted into a vigilante group in Guerrero state.
                A nighttime reunion at LAX serves as a reminder of the effects of the Trump administration’s family separation policy on migrant children and parents.
                Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti hopes to reach a preliminary agreement with the Trump administration on a joint plan to help combat the city’s swelling homeless crisis.
                Authorities say Anurag Chandra of Corona intentionally rammed into a 2002 Toyota Prius and forced it off the road. Three 16-year-old boys died in the crash.
                Actress Annabella Sciorra confronts Harvey Weinstein at his New York City trial, recounting how she says he pinned her to a bed and raped her.
                If the passenger, who arrived on a flight from Mexico City, is determined to have contracted coronavirus, it would be the first confirmed case of the disease in California.
                An aviation company has identified the three firefighters who died in an air crash in Australia, where they were flying in a California-based C-130 and helping to battle wildfires.
                Two prominent local Republicans, San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer and party chairman Tony Krvaric, said candidates should “stick to the issues.”
                After author Jeanine Cummins ignited a firestorm with her portrayal of Mexican migrants, “American Dirt” publisher Flatiron Books defends the novel.
                The seven juiciest revelations from the new Taylor Swift Netflix documentary “Miss Americana,” which dropped at the Sundance Film Festival.
                Who’ll win this year’s top Grammy awards? The Times’ music experts and R&B star Ne-Yo offer their predictions.
                ‘Dear White People’ creator Justin Simien returns to Sundance with a New Jack Swing in the retro-horror satire ‘Bad Hair.’
                From Tessa Thompson to Lin-Manuel Miranda, 10 stars we can’t wait to see at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
                With indie film box office declines and more movies coming into the Sundance Film Festival with distribution, the days of sky high sales could be over.
                Jared Dudley doesn’t have to be a star on the Lakers to be a leader. But when he comes through in big moments, like he did against the Nets, he can still shine.
                Tiger Woods had a three-under-par 69 that left him three strokes behind leaders Keegan Bradley and Sebastian Cappelen after Round 1 of the Farmers Insurance Open.
                Mexican striker Javier “Chicharito” Hernández is the Galaxy’s latest big-name, big-salary acquisition, and fans are excited. With hoopla comes expectations.
                Clippers guard Lou Williams returns to Snellville, Ga., where South Gwinnett High dedicated its basketball court to its former star player.
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