Here’s what you might have missed Friday on CNN:
– Trump’s defense wraps its case as senators grapple with a potential witness vote. One key Republican says, “I think that Bolton probably has something to offer us.” Follow live updates.
– Authorities believe Fotis Dulos, the man accused of killing his estranged wife Jennifer Farber Dulos, made an apparent suicide attempt today.
– Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was formally indicted on bribery and fraud charges after he withdrew a request for parliamentary immunity. He also happens to be visiting Trump at the White House today.
– Hong Kong closed some borders with China, halted train services and cut flights as part of strict new efforts to contain the spread of Wuhan coronavirus.
– Kobe Bryant’s pilot had special permission to fly Sunday morning. His final exchange with air traffic control could be a key clue to the crash.
– The White House has issued a threat to former national security adviser John Bolton to keep him from publishing his book.
– About 200 American evacuees from China landed at a California military base as the deadly coronavirus spreads.
– The helicopter carrying Kobe Bryant and eight others during the crash in California missed clearing the top of a hill by 20 to 30 feet.
– Harvey Weinstein’s criminal trial continues today, and two women are expected to testify about their sexual encounters with Weinstein.
– Chris Doleman, Hall of Fame defensive end, died at 58 after battling cancer for two years.
– Billions of chicks will be saved because France plans to ban the controversial practice of shredding live male chicks.