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Live from NPR News in Washington, I'm Jack Speer.

Almost a month after the House impeached president Trump for abuse of power and obstruction of congress. The proceedings are now set to move to a senate trial. NPR's Amy Held reports speakers Nancy Pelosi says the House will vote tomorrow to transmit the impeachment articles to the senate.

Democrats are also poised to announce the impeachment managers. They will argue a trial for Trump's removal from office. House speaker Nancy Pelosi held back the articles in part to get republicans to allow new witnesses to testify. The chairman of the House democratic caucus Hakeem Jeffries says that may include Trump's former national security advisor.

There has been not decision made as it relates to whether the House will consider subpoenaing John Bolton at the president moment. The ball is in the senate's court.

And the majority leader Mitch McConnell meanwhile says the senate is not responsible for filling in the blanks of a House investigation. Amy Held NPR News, Washington.

Democrats in Iowa planned a debut of a new smartphone app to help calculate and transmit results of next month's caucuses. Iowa public radio and NPR have learned. NPR's Miles Parks reports the new technology presents security concerns as US officials warned for years advisories planned to target the 2020 election.

The plan is for caucus leaders to download the new app and transmit the results of the in person caususing happening in front of them. State party leaders in Iowa say the App help to get the results the causus out to the public faster. But cyber security experts say the App presents a clear target for a potential hacker trying to stay chaos on American elections. The state party isn't disclosing who design the app, what's security test has been done on it, or specifically how protect the sensitive data on all the phones that use the app. Doug Johnsx is a computer science professor at the university of Iowa,

The ID of security through app's security is almost always a mistake.

The Iowa caucuses are scheduled for February 3rd. Miles Parks NPR News.

Democratic presidential hopefuls take to the stage night in Iowa. They potential clash between Vermont senator  Bernie Sanders and Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren. While the two are ideologically close. Warren has confirmed to CNN reports. Sanders told in 2018 he didn't believe a woman could be Donald Trump. More from NPR's senior political editor and correspondent, Domenico Montanaro.

That is going to be a flash point. Sanders is gonna have to work a very delegate line and explaining it. Warren is also gonna to have to, you know, who can make a case for whoever lead that information, whether or not, how she comes across. So look the optics of it, we're gonna be really interesting lines for both of them to work.

Also appearing tonight, former vice president Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg, senator Amy Klobuchar and businessman Tom Steyer.

A mixed close on Wall Street today, the Dow up 32 points. The NASDAQ was down 22 points. This is NPR.

The Philippines is working to house thousands of people, the number of people evacuated from towns and villages there, the active Taal Volcano. It now tops 30,000. NPR's Julie McCarthy reports from Manila. The government says activity on the main creator suggested the major eruption may be eminent.

Don't be laud into complacency with the world from government scientists today. The steam burst the Taal immediately, so dramatically on Sunday have subsided. But other events suggested that the volume of magma pushing its way to the surface which may lead to further eruptions is increasing. Lava fountaining has appeared. Authorities say volcanic quakes a function of the magma pressure, now exceed 200, and they are becoming more intense. Fishers have been detected in several towns around Taal lake. Meanwhile residents continue to pour into temporary shelters, abandoning their homes and bracing for the next eruption. Julie McCarthy NPR News, Manila.

Britain, France and Germany are accusing Iran of violating terms of the 2015 nuclear deal and threatening to eventually reimpose sanctions. That would lift it under the agreement. The European power saying today they are acting to avoid crisis over nuclear proliferation and adding to an escalating confrontation in the middle east. Three countries say they still want a nuclear deal with Iran succeed the US withdrew from the agreement in 2018.

Crude oil futures prices were up modestly today. Oil rising $0.15 a barrel to close at $58.23 a barrel in New York.

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.
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Almost a month after the House impeached president Trump for abuse of power and obstruction of congress. The proceedings are now set to move to a senate trial. NPR's Amy Held reports speakers Nancy Pelosi says the House will vote tomorrow to transmit the impeachment articles to the senate.

Democrats are also poised to announce the impeachment managers. They will argue a trial for Trump's removal from office. House speaker Nancy Pelosi held back the articles in part to get republicans to allow new witnesses to testify. The chairman of the House democratic caucus Hakeem Jeffries says that may include Trump's former national security advisor.

There has been not decision made as it relates to whether the House will consider subpoenaing John Bolton at the present moment. The ball is in the senate's court.

And the majority leader Mitch McConnell meanwhile says the senate is not responsible for filling in the blanks of a House investigation. Amy Held NPR News, Washington.

Democrats in Iowa planned a debut of a new smartphone app to help calculate and transmit results of next month's caucuses. Iowa public radio and NPR have learned. NPR's Miles Parks reports the new technology presents security concerns as US officials warned for years adversaries planned to target the 2020 election.

The plan is for caucus leaders to download the new app and transmit the results of the in person caususing happening in front of them. State party leaders in Iowa say the App help to get the results the causus out to the public faster. But cyber security experts say the App presents a clear target for a potential hacker trying to sow chaos on American elections. The state party isn't disclosing who design the app, what's security test has been done on it, or specifically how protect the sensitive data on all the phones that use the app. Doug Johnsx is a computer science professor at the university of Iowa,

The ID of security through app's security is almost always a mistake.

The Iowa caucuses are scheduled for February 3rd. Miles Parks NPR News.

Democratic presidential hopefuls take to the stage night in Iowa. They potential clash between Vermont senator  Bernie Sanders and Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren. While the two are ideologically close. Warren has confirmed to CNN reports. Sanders told her in 2018 he didn't believe a woman could beat Donald Trump. More from NPR's senior political editor and correspondent, Domenico Montanaro.

That is going to be a flash point. Sanders is gonna have to walk a very delicate line and explaining it. Warren is also gonna to have to, you know, who kind of make a case for whoever leaked that information, whether or not, how she comes across. So look the optics of it, we're gonna be really interesting lines for both of them to walk.

Also appearing tonight, former vice president Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg, senator Amy Klobuchar and businessman Tom Steyer.

A mixed close on Wall Street today, the Dow up 32 points. The NASDAQ was down 22 points. This is NPR.

The Philippines is working to house thousands of people, the number of people evacuated from towns and villages there, the active Taal Volcano. It now tops 30,000. NPR's Julie McCarthy reports from Manila. The government says activity on the main crater suggested a major eruption may be imminent.

Don't be load into complacency with the word from government scientists today. The steam burst the Taal immediately, so dramatically on Sunday have subsided. But other events suggested that the volume of magma pushing its way to the surface which may lead to further eruptions is increasing. Lava fountaining has appeared. Authorities say volcanic quakes a function of the magma pressure, now exceed 200, and they are becoming more intense. Fishers have been detected in several towns around Taal lake. Meanwhile residents continue to pour into temporary shelters, abandoning their homes and bracing for the next eruption. Julie McCarthy NPR News, Manila.

Britain, France and Germany are accusing Iran of violating terms of the 2015 nuclear deal and threatening to eventually reimpose sanctions. That would lift it under the agreement. The European power saying today they are acting to avoid crisis over nuclear proliferation and adding to an escalating confrontation in the middle east. Three countries say they still want a nuclear deal with Iran succeed the US withdrew from the agreement in 2018.

Crude oil futures prices were up modestly today. Oil rising $0.15 a barrel to close at $58.23 a barrel in New York.
                                                   
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