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Here’s what you might have missed Thursday on CNN:

– President Donald Trump’s former personal lawyer Michael Cohen was subpoenaed to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee next month, a source says. It is not clear how Cohen will respond.

– Michael Cohen, Trump’s former lawyer, announced he is postponing his public congressional testimony that was scheduled for February 7, citing “ongoing threats against his family from President Trump and Mr. (Rudy) Giuliani.”

– An Iowa state judge struck down the state’s so-called fetal heartbeat law, declaring one of the nation’s most restrictive abortion bans unconstitutional.

– Trump announced he is recognizing Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido as the legitimate president of Venezuela. The move comes after Nicolas Maduro was inaugurated for a second term earlier this month. The United States and dozens of other countries have decried Maduro’s presidency as illegitimate.

– A 36-year-old licensed practical nurse has been arrested on suspicion of impregnating a woman in a vegetative state who gave birth last month at a Phoenix health care facility, officials said.

– A Covington Catholic High School student in a viral video says he doesn’t owe anyone an apology, but he respects Omaha Nation elder Nathan Phillips, with whom he faced off in Washington.

– Kevin Barnett, a comedian and co-creator of the Fox comedy TV series “Rel,” has died at 32, according to a statement. A cause of death is unknown.

– Alec Baldwin pleaded guilty to a violation of harassment in connection with a dispute last year over a parking spot, according to a Manhattan district attorney’s office spokeswoman.

– Gillette sales haven’t budged after its controversial #MeToo ad – but Procter & Gamble is calling the campaign a big success.

– A case for millennials to actually get married. According to a new study, married people have better physical and mental health at older ages than unmarried people: specifically, they walk faster and have a stronger grip.