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  • A former National Security Council official and a diplomat who says he overheard a conversation between President Donald Trump and ambassador Gordon Sondland are scheduled to testify Thursday in the week’s final impeachment inquiry hearing. >> Read more trending news  The testimony of Fiona Hill and David Holmes comes a day after Sondland offered explosive testimony in which he said he, Kurt Volker and Energy Secretary Rick Perry worked with Rudy Giuliani to pursue a 'quid pro quo' with Ukraine, dangling a possible White House meeting between Trump and the Ukrainian president in exchange for an announcement that Ukraine was to launch an investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden. According to Sondland, a second investigation into Ukraine-backed interference in the 2016 presidential election was also on the table. Hill, who testified in a closed-door session that she had concerns about Giuliani, and Holmes, who told Ukraine charge d’affaires William Taylor that he overheard a phone conversation between Sondland and Trump, will testify before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence beginning at 9 a.m. The hearings will be broadcast live on CSPAN, CNN, Fox News and other cable news channels. CBS, NBC, ABC and PBS are also expected to carry the hearings live. Livestream See the livestream below when the hearing starts. Live updates What will they be asked about 8:15 a.m. ET Nov. 21, 2019: Both Hill and Holmes have testified in closed-door sessions. Hill will likely be asked about a July 10 meeting where EU ambassador Gordon Sondland suggested that there should be investigations into Joe and Hunter Biden and the 2016 presidential election. Holmes says he overheard a cellphone conversation between Sondland and Trump on July 26. Let’s get started 8 a.m. ET Nov. 21, 2019: Good morning and welcome to live updates from the fifth public hearing of the impeachment inquiry. The hearing begins in an hour, at 9 a.m. ET. Testifying today will be former National Security Council official Fiona Hill and David Holmes, a diplomat at the U.S. embassy in Kyiv.
  • Simone Biles has yet another award for her shelf. >> Read more trending news  According to NBC Sports, the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee announced Tuesday that the world record-breaking gymnast is the female Olympic athlete of the year. The news came at the 2019 Team USA Awards in Los Angeles, the committee's official website said. The 22-year-old Biles, who made history by earning her 24th and 25th world championship medals this year, won one of nine annual awards presented at the ceremony. Other recipients included skiier and para-cyclist Oksana Masters, female paralympic athlete of the year; figure skater Nathan Chen, male Olympic athlete of the year; archer Ben Thompson, male paralympic athlete of the year; archery coach KiSik Lee, Olympic coach of the year; paratriathlon coach Wesley Johnson, paralympic coach of the year; the U.S. women's World Cup soccer team, Olympic team of the year; the U.S. sled hockey team, paralympic team of the year; and U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Hall of Fame swimmer Amy Van Dyken, Jesse Owens Olympic Spirit Award winner. The show will air at 2 p.m. Dec. 22 on NBC, according to the committee's website. Read more here or here.
  • Check your pantry, Mondelez Global LLC has announced a recall of some boxes of Cheese Nips. The affected Cheese Nips were recalled after plastic from a dough scraper mixed into the dough. It was noticed when yellow plastic pieces were seen on the manufacturing equipment, the Food and Drug Administration announced. >> Read more trending news  The only boxes recalled were the 11-ounce variety with UPC 0 44000 03453 5 and have the best by dates of May 18, May 19 or May 20, 2020. There have been no reports of illness or injury.  If you have the recalled box, the FDA says throw it away and not eat the crackers. If you have any questions call 844-366-1171. Phones are open 24 hours a day, but consumer relations specialists are available weekdays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST.
  • A New York man was arrested on animal cruelty charges after authorities said his German shepherd gnawed off one of her legs while chained outside. >> Read more trending news  New York State Police said Tuesday that the dog's owner, 59-year-old Carl K. Pritchard of Exeter, is facing charges of overdriving, torturing and injuring animals, as well as failing to provide proper sustenance and appropriate shelter. On Nov. 14, a UPS driver spotted the dog and called police, saying its 'leg had been blown off,' The Associated Press reported. 'She was found with no food and water, living outside in a plastic crate with hay inside,' said police, calling the dog Zoe in a Facebook post. >> See the post here The Susquehanna SPCA, which is caring for the approximately 9-year-old dog, rushed her to a clinic, the AP reported. A veterinarian told the news outlet that Zoe's 'leg was probably injured, and she was trying to take care of it herself.' She also 'is anemic, has a heart murmur and very likely has cancer,' the SPCA said. In a Wednesday Facebook post, the group said Zoe was recovering from surgery at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine Animal Hospital. 'The surgeons say they believe they were able to fully remove the mass and successfully amputate her leg,' read the post, adding that the dog 'is doing well.' >> See the update here If you'd like to donate to the Susquehanna SPCA, click here. Read more here or here. – The Associated Press contributed to this report.
  • Health care, taxes and corruption are just some of the issues that 10 presidential candidates covered in a debate that was contentious at times Wednesday night at the Tyler Perry Studios in southwest Atlanta. >> Read more trending news  WSB-TV political reporter Richard Elliot was at the debate as the top Democratic candidates made their cases as to why the public should vote for them for president in 2020. It didn’t take long for them to focus on President Donald Trump and the impeachment inquiry. “We have a criminal living in the White House,” said Sen. Kamala Harris. “We have to establish the principle (that) no one is above the law,” Sen. Elizabeth Warren said. “We are absolutely going to confront the president for his wrongdoing,” said South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg. Buttigieg and Sen. Bernie Sanders also added that Democrats have to talk about more than just going after Trump. “We cannot simply be consumed by Donald Trump, because if we are, you know what? We’re going to lose the election,” Sanders said. More than 1,000 people attended the debate, including Stacey Abrams, former Democratic candidate for Georgia governor. She believes Georgia will be in play in 2020. “What we know is that Georgia is on everyone’s mind. We are a battleground state because we, in a decade, have closed the gap in a presidential race from 8 points to 5 points in 2016 and, (in) my race, 1.4 points,” Abrams said Earlier in the day, Elliot spoke with Marc Lotter, the Trump campaign’s strategic communications director. He said it doesn’t matter what the Democrats do, Georgia is a red state. “I think what they’re trying to do is counter what we have seen happening in so many different places where you’re seeing traditional voting blocs that have been traditionally Democratic, they’re now coming out in support of President Trump,” Lotter said. Ahead of Wednesday’s debate, dozens of people gathered outside the main entrance to Tyler Perry Studios to support their candidates and even protest. WSB-TV’s Dave Huddleston spoke to several of the people in that crowd. Among them were Trump supporters, immigration advocates and a group that supports reparations for years of slavery. 'We need to be seen by the people we vote for. We vote Democratic, like, 90% for the last 60 years, so we want them to know we are here, and we want you to hear our agenda,' said Shameeka Andrews, with American Descendants of Slavery. Protestors were also demanding that the candidates end deportation of immigrants. “We're nonpartisan but we want them to hear our demands to end deportations and stop separating families and we want to decriminalize migration and of course to abolish ICE,' said Kevin Joachin with the Georgia Latino Alliance of Human Rights.  Huddleston also spotted a man circling the block in a truck to show his support for Trump.  The vice chairman of the Democratic committee, Michael Blake, told Huddleston that all this shows that Georgia is a key state in the 2020 presidential election and it's time for change. “Before being Republicans or Democrats, we're Americans. We cannot continue down this road,” Blake said. “This also sends a message to the country. People don't want to just hear that Trump is bad, but what are you saying, as a Democrat, that you're good?” The last time Atlanta hosted a presidential debate was in 1992.
  • A worker at Dayton Children’s Hospital in Ohio walked in a patient’s room last week and saw a father in bed with his daughter, both in a state of partial undress, authorities said. >> Read more trending news  Now, the Dayton Police Department is investigating possible child abuse involving the 12-year-old girl with developmental disabilities. A social worker at the hospital reported the incident to police. “I’m calling to make a report because I’m not familiar with Ohio law and what constitutes sexual abuse,” the caller told dispatchers. “Dad had his shirt off and he had the girl’s shirt and pants off and was laying along in bed together.” The social worker told the dispatcher she asked the man to leave the hospital, and said his reaction was surprising. “I told dad that I was going to call the cops and he said, ‘yeah, that’s fine,’” she said. Police are investigating whether a crime has occurred, and no charges have been filed.