Wednesday on the NewsHour, the second Senate judgement of former President Trump intensifies as Democrats make their case over his incitement of the Capitol riot, we discuss the proposed changes to the vaccine campaign with a senior member of the White House pandemic team, and Afghan warlords and militias fill the security vacuum left by a weak central government and the withdrawal of U.S. forces.
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Opening arguments begin in Trump’s impeachment trial
Are Democrats connecting dots on Trump’s role in the riot?
News Wrap: Prosecutor to probe Trump’s sway on election
How the Biden administration is ramping up vaccinations
With security deteriorating, Afghan warlords fill the vacuum
A powerful consulting firm’s role in the opioid epidemic
A marriage of science and art onstage and in real life
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