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Mary Schmich: As doomsday looms and impeachment progresses, departed PBS newsman Jim Lehrer's rules remind us how to be better

Here are three things that happened on Thursday, Jan. 23, 2020.

On Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., an impeachment trial was going on. It was aimed at determining whether the president of the United States is guilty of abusing the power of his office and obstructing a congressional investigation.

A short walk away from the impeachment fight, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists staged a news conference. It was to announce that the Doomsday Clock had been moved 20 seconds

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