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- The Senate will debate having witnesses testify and evidence presented at the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, but Republicans are confident they'll be able to block them and acquit Trump today.
- Politico reports that Trump and his top aides are privately on edge about the coronavirus: "Several senior officials expressed extreme frustration with [Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex] Azar and the White House's response, feeling that the administration was caught flat-footed."
- John Delaney has quietly ended his presidential campaign.
- The suspect who was arrested earlier this week in connection with an attack on a transgender woman on the subway has been charged with hate crimes.
- Thieves stole at least 10 Salvador Dalí bronze sculptures and etchings from an art gallery in Stockholm.
- The Crown will end with season five, and Imelda Staunton will succeed Claire Foy and Olivia Colman to play the Queen.
- After the blowback from their holiday ad, Peloton is pivoting to a line of "Basquiat-inspired workout clothes."
- Vulture ranked every Super Bowl halftime show, and they got #1 right and everything else very wrong.
- Nineteen-year-old Jamie Ibanez owns 25 vending machines, but he gets most of his income from his YouTube channel, "where he keeps his 273,000 subscribers updated on the daily hustle of a vending baron."
- It's Friday, which means there's a lot of great new music to listen to: Destroyer's new album Have We Met is a masterpiece, Hop Along frontperson Frances Quinlan released her first solo album, and Lil Wayne dropped Funeral, his followup to Tha Carter V.
- There are also new singles from Drake & Future and Amber Mark; an unreleased David Bowie song; and Nicolas Jaar announced a new AAL album and released a taster.
- And finally, the bravest good boy in the world:
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