January 22, 2020 | Link TV
January 22, 2020
Saudi Phone Hacking
U.N. experts demand an investigation into evidence Saudi Arabia hacked into the phone of Washington Post and Amazon owner Jeff Bezos.
The lead Democrat prosecutor in Donald Trump's impeachment trial makes a case for removing him from office.
Defiant in Davos
In Davos, the president is defiant and brags about withholding evidence.
China holds flights and trains out of the city at the center of a virus outbreak that has killed 17 people so far.
No-Fly Zone Threat
Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar's forces threaten to shoot down any plane using the airspace around the capital Tripoli.
A country plunged into mourning; three people are dead after a knife attack in Nice. President Macron calls it an attack on France.
Coronavirus surges through Europe once again with the continent's most powerful economies going back into lockdown.
President Trump focuses on the economy with a week to go in the U.S. presidential contest, as Biden criticizes Trump's record on the coronavirus.
A race against the coronavirus that Europe is losing; the WHO wants governments to speed up their response.
Donald Trump announces a U.S. brokered deal for Sudan and Israel to normalize relations. Palestinians call it a new stab in the back.
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"Purple" captures everyday Americans with opposing viewpoints in rural Wisconsin addressing their differences on privilege, work ethic, government, and the social safety net.