Wednesday on the NewsHour, a historic day on Capitol Hill as the House voted to send articles of impeachment against President Trump to the Senate. Plus: How senators are readying for the impeachment trial, the U.S. and China agree to the first phase of a trade deal, how the 2020 Democrats fared in the final debate before the Iowa caucuses and violence slows progress against DRC’s Ebola outbreak.
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What happens next in Trump’s Senate impeachment trial
News Wrap: Virginia becomes 38th state to ratify ERA
Barrasso: Senate GOP can remain impartial on impeachment
Durbin: Senate needs witnesses Trump didn’t allow in House
U.S. ‘can’t lose’ in China trade deal, says Trump adviser
How 2020 Democrats fared in final debate before Iowa caucus
How war, misinformation are complicating DRC’s Ebola battle
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