Monday, Jan. 27
- In 5-4 ruling, the Supreme Court allows Trump’s plan to deny green cards to those in need of government aid.
- It has been 75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz. Holocaust victims are honored with Holocaust Remembrance Day.
- A plane crashes in Afghanistan. There were no survivors.
Tuesday, Jan. 28
- NPR asked State Department to clarify why NPR reporter was denied press credentials in trip to Europe with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
- President Trump released his Middle East peace plan, giving Israel most of what it wants and requiring concessions Palestinians will likely reject.
- U.S. budget deficit to reach $1 trillion this year, CBO says, as fiscal imbalance continues to widen.
Wednesday, Jan. 29
- Jamaica experiences a 7.7 magnitude earthquake. Tremors were said to have been felt in Miami, Fla.
- Portion of the U.S. border wall in California is blown over in high winds, landing in Mexico.
- Boeing reports its first annual loss in more than two decades.
Thursday, Jan. 30
- The World Health Organization declares coronavirus outbreak a “public health emergency.”
- Vanessa Bryant breaks silence about the deaths of Kobe and Gianna Bryant, who died in a helicopter crash with seven others on Sunday, Jan. 26.
- U.S. life expectancy rises as drug fatalities and cancer deaths drop.
Friday, Jan. 31
- Coast Guard lieutenant accused of plotting mass attack on politicians and journalists is sentenced to more than 13 years.
- A loophole in the FDA’s ban on flavored e-cigarettes is helping teenagers to vape with disposable devices.
- Senate rejects measures to call witnesses in Trump’s impeachment trial.
- Britain officially leaves the EU.