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Honduran migrant Selvin Hernandez carries Mayra Irene, the baby daughter of another migrant, as another man tries to shade her with his hand amid a group of migrants trying to make it to the United States, near El Cinchado, Guatemala, Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2020, on the border with Honduras. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo)

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

1. STRIKING VISUALS WILL RULE THE DAY Chief Justice John Roberts and House prosecutors will make appearances in the Senate chamber and Roberts will swear in the senators who act as jurors in Trump’s impeachment trial.

2. WHAT GIULIANI ASSOCIATE CLAIMS Lev Parnas tells MSNBC he delivered an ultimatum to the incoming Ukrainian president last year: no senior U.S. officials at his inauguration, and all U.S. aid withheld, if a probe into Biden wasn’t announced.

3. ‘YOU CALLED ME A LIAR’ That’s what Elizabeth Warren accuses Bernie Sanders of calling her before a national TV audience during a tense, post-debate exchange, according to audio released by CNN.

4. TRUMP POISED FOR ANOTHER TRADE VICTORY One day after signing a new trade deal with China, the Senate is taking up the new North American trade pact.

5. BUTTIGIEG DECISION ON POLICE CHIEF SHADOWS PRESIDENTIAL RUN Lingering criticism over his demotion of a popular black police chief when he was mayor of South Bend, Indiana, raises questions about whether he can attract the support of African Americans, AP learns.

6. WHAT ECOLOGICAL DAMAGE IS ‘IRREVERSIBLE’ Marine biologists are bemoaning the invasion in the Suez Canal of hundreds of non-native species, including toxic jellyfish and aggressive lionfish.

7. BRITAIN TESTS REAL-TIME FACIAL RECOGNITION The approach is among the more aggressive uses of the technology in Western democracies and raises questions about how it will enter people's daily lives.