Monday, Jan. 20
- Thousands of gun rights supporters arrived in Richmond, Va. for a rally to oppose gun-control proposals.
- Leading Democratic candidates marched in Columbia, S.C. to honor Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
- Following a recent earthquake in Puerto Rican citizens discovered untouched emergency supplies from Hurricane Maria that had never been distributed.
Tuesday, Jan. 21
- Impeachment trials begin. President Trump is charged with two articles of impeachment: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell indicates he has the votes to set trial rules that don’t require calling new witnesses.
- China confirms human-to-human transmission of new coronavirus disease.
- 49ers’ Katie Sowers will be the first female and openly gay coach at the Super Bowl.
- First U.S. case of the coronavirus is confirmed in Washington state.
Wednesday, Jan. 22
- CNN poll shows the majority of the country believes that President Donald Trump should be impeached and removed from office.
- President Trump plans to attend the March for Life. He will be the first president to ever speak at this pro-life gathering.
- New documents indicate Democrat, Adam Schiff, mischaracterized evidence in impeachment.
Thursday, Jan. 23
- Three U.S. firefighters killed in plane crash while fighting Australian wildfires.
- Bernie Sanders leads President Trump by the widest margin of all 2020 Democratic candidates.
- Eli Manning retires as the highest-paid NFL player in history.
- Trump administration threatens to pull federal funding from California regarding insurers covering abortions.
Friday, Jan. 24
- 34 U.S. service members diagnosed with brain injuries following the Iranian missile attack.
- Another case of the coronavirus is confirmed in Chicago and first two cases appear in Europe.
- President Trump’s rollback on water pollution will dismantle federal protections for over half of America’s wetlands and waterways.
- Rodney Scott will replace Carla Provost as the new head of U.S. border control.