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  1. New revelations about the Ukraine scandal from former national security adviser John Bolton dealt a significant blow to President Donald Trump's defense strategy, contradicting key elements of the case his attorneys presented to senators in his impeachment trial.
  2. Rep. Adam Schiff and the rest of the House impeachment managers were meeting in the speaker's office in the US Capitol late Sunday afternoon when the bombshell news broke. The New York Times reported that a book manuscript John Bolton submitted to the White House for review alleged that President Donald Trump told his then-national security adviser that he wanted to continue holding military aid to Ukraine until the country helped with investigations into Democrats -- including former Vice President Joe Biden.
  3. Attorney Jay Sekulow, a member of President Trump's defense team, criticized a video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi passing out pens to impeachment managers after signing the articles of impeachment.
  4. President Donald Trump's former national security adviser has upended the Senate impeachment trial, and new revelations from John Bolton's draft book manuscript could turn the tide on whether senators call for witnesses.
  5. There's a great scene in "The Truman Show" when the wife of the eponymous lead -- who is kept in the dark about his life being a reality television show -- deflects a serious question from her husband by launching into a commercial about a cocoa drink. Truman, played by Jim Carrey, looks around and asks, "Who are you talking to?"
  6. Republican Sen. Mitt Romney said Monday that he has had discussions with his GOP colleagues and it is "increasingly likely" that others would join his ongoing push for former national security adviser John Bolton to testify in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.
  7. President Donald Trump in August told his then-national security adviser John Bolton that he wanted to continue holding military aid to Ukraine until the country helped with investigations into Democrats -- including former Vice President Joe Biden -- the New York Times reported Sunday, citing multiple people's descriptions of an unpublished draft manuscript by Bolton.
  8. CNN's Jake Tapper calls out deputy White House counsel Mike Purpura over his fourth point of defense for President Donald Trump.
  9. An explosive allegation concerning John Bolton has given new ammunition to Democrats' demands for the Republican-controlled Senate to call the former national security adviser to testify at President Donald Trump's impeachment trial.
  10. Once again, President Donald Trump's Fifth Avenue test for fellow Republicans has grown a little harder.
  11. The State Department Office of the Spokesperson has historically been used to inform the press. On Saturday, the office was used to berate the press when it disseminated a statement by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo chastising NPR's Mary Louise Kelly.
  12. Congressional Republicans have twisted themselves into all sorts of knots in an effort to defend President Donald Trump's conduct with Ukraine. But on Sunday, Oklahoma Sen. James Lankford dipped to a new low.
  13. Republican Georgia Sen. Kelly Loeffler targeted her colleague GOP Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah on Monday over the issue of witnesses at the Senate impeachment trial.
  14. Local and federal authorities are investigating the Southern California helicopter crash that claimed the lives of nine people -- including 41-year-old NBA legend Kobe Bryant.
  15. Kobe Bryant was on top of the world in 2003 as he led the Los Angeles Lakers to win after win. But that all came crashing down after the star was charged with sexual assault.
  16. Nine people died in the helicopter crash that killed basketball legend Kobe Bryant -- including his daughter, Gianna, and her basketball teammate.
  17. Video from KNBC shows LeBron James returning to Los Angeles after the Lakers played the Philadelphia 76ers. On January 25, James spoke with ESPN about the impact Kobe Bryant had on his career.
  18. I met Kobe Bryant just once, but he left an indelible impression.
  19. The FBI and prosecutors with the US Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York contacted Prince Andrew's lawyer to interview the prince about Jeffrey Epstein, but they have provided "zero" cooperation, according to US Attorney Geoffrey Berman.
  20. An Arizona woman cannot use frozen embryos fertilized by her ex-husband to have children and has to donate them, according to a ruling by the state's Supreme Court.
  21. The mother of two missing Idaho children has until Thursday to physically produce them to authorities, according to a court order served by police on Saturday.
  22. The Supreme Court Monday in a 5-4 vote cleared the way for the Trump administration to make it more difficult for immigrants who rely on public assistance to obtain legal status.
  23. Kim Kyong Hui, the aunt of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, was seen for the first time in public since her husband was executed in 2013.
  24. Amy Klobuchar ended her frenetic, 36-hour sprint across Iowa with a direct plea.
  25. President Donald Trump's spiritual adviser Paula White defended herself on Sunday against criticism over a prayer she made earlier this month in which she asked for "all satanic pregnancies to miscarry right now," saying her words were taken "out of context for political gain."
  26. The world's longest and largest twin-engine airliner, the Boeing 777-9X, has completed its first test flight from Boeing's wide-body factory near Seattle.
  27. An unknown number of people died when an overnight fire destroyed a dock of about 36 boats in Jackson County Park in Alabama, the Scottsboro Fire Department told CNN.
  28. "Doctor Who" just made history with its first ever black Doctor, who was revealed during Sunday night's episode "Fugitive of the Judoon."
  29. Former first lady Michelle Obama has snagged her first Grammy win for the audiobook version of her best-selling memoir "Becoming." It's the third Grammy win for the Obama household.
  30. It appears the party is just getting started for 18-year-old Billie Eilish.
  31. An extreme home paint job has some neighbors in a Naples, Florida, so concerned they are filing a lawsuit against the person they believe is responsible.
  32. Kraft Heinz is pausing promotion for its Super Bowl ad that shows the death of longtime Planters mascot Mr. Peanut following the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant and eight others.
  33. A Delta Airlines worker died after being found shot in an Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport employee parking lot Sunday night, the company said in a statement.
  34. A North Carolina man is facing a human trafficking charge after police alleged he kept a person in sexual servitude for five years.
  35. "Saturday Night Live" featured President Donald Trump's attorney Alan Dershowitz, played by former cast member Jon Lovitz, visiting hell.
  36. A ninth inmate has died at Mississippi State Penitentiary, also known as Parchman, the county coroner said on Sunday.
  37. The opportunity to sit on the same toilet as Frank Sinatra doesn't come around often.

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