US President Donald Trump Impeached by the House of Representatives for a Second Time [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

US President Donald Trump Impeached by the House of Representatives for a Second Time [Headlines]

The Democrats accuse President Trump of inciting insurrection, while 10 Republicans crossed the floor to vote with them. And other top news.

By Hope NewsroomThursday 14 Jan 2021

Today’s headlines from the Hope News team

US President Donald Trump has been impeached by the House of Representatives for a second time.

Ten Republicans crossed the floor to vote with Democrats.

The Democrats accuse President Trump of inciting insurrection after supporters stormed the Capitol building last week.

New South Wales Health is urgently tracing residents who stayed at a Queensland hotel that’s been impacted by a highly contagious strain of coronavirus.

Everyone who has been at Hotel Grand Chancellor in Brisbane since December 30 is being told to get tested and isolate.

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The United Kingdom and the United States are reporting their deadliest day of the coronavirus pandemic.

In the UK, 1564 people diagnosed with COVID-19 have died in the past 24 hours.

More than 43,000 Americans have died of the virus in the past day.

Australians saved at record levels throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Newly released Treasury data shows household and business savings increased by more than $200 billion last year.

A critical incident investigation has been launched after two teenage boys jumped from a cliff at Glebe while being pursued over a stolen motorbike early this morning.

A 17-year-old is undergoing surgery after being seriously injured.

Australia’s financial crime-fighting agency has apologised after overestimating bank transfers from Vatican City to Australia.

Austrac told the Senate last year, $2.3 billion had been transferred over six years.

However, the real figure was closer to $9.5 million.

A man has been charged following investigations into a criminal syndicate operating across Sydney.

Police have been looking into large-scale drug and gun supply.

Google has admitted to blocking some Australian news sites from appearing in search results, as part of what it’s calling a short-term experiment.

Tech giants are locked in a dispute with the Federal Government over a plan to make them pay for local news content.