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  • Disney corporation CEO Bob Iger has been named Time's Businessperson of the Year for 2019. According to Business Insider, since Iger became CEO of Disney in 2005, he has raised profits 335%.  This year, Disney became the first studio to make over $10 billion at the worldwide box office in a calendar year.  Iger also orchestrated the launch of the company's new streaming service Disney Plus.  Iger also opened Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, the billion-dollar Star Wars expansions at Disney World in Orlando and at Disneyland in California.  Mr.  Iger has also amassed a sizeable personal fortune, that Forbes recently reported at $690 million.  Other Time 'persons of the year' in various categories, include teen environmental activist Greta Thunberg as Person of the Year, Lizzo as Entertainer of the Year, and the U.S. Women's Soccer Team as Athlete of the Year.
  • Detectives with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office Sex Crimes division need your help identifying a man who they say tried to rape a woman in an east Orange County apartment complex. The incident was reported Tuesday night inside the Mission Bay Apartments not far from the intersection of University Boulevard and Dean Road.  The victim told deputies she was attacked between Mission Lake Drive and Mission Bay Boulevard. Investigators say the woman was able to fight the man off and he ran away. The suspect is described as white or Hispanic, in his 20’s. approximately 5’9” tall, weighing around 160 lbs.  He was reportedly wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, black basketball shorts and a do-rag. If you’ve seen the man, or if you know anything about the attack, you’re urged to call Crimeline at 800-423-TIPS (8477).
  • Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz will testify Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee on his report on the origins of the FBI’s probe into the 2016 Trump campaign’s possible ties with Russia. >> Read more trending news  Horowitz’s report, released Monday concluded that the investigation into Russian interference was justified and showed no political bias. Watch the hearing live beginning at 10 a.m. ET.
  • The House Democrats announced two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump Tuesday morning -- abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. >> Read more trending news  The process of marking up, debating, amending and rewriting the articles of impeachment, is expected to begin begin Wednesday by the Judiciary Committee. The charges, if approved, would then be sent to the Senate, where the Republican majority would be unlikely to convict Trump. The Associated Press contributed to this report. 
  • New data from the Florida Department of Health shows more middle and high school students are vaping. The survey shows 27.9 percent of students admitted to using a vaping product in the last 30 days of 2018, that’s the highest number ever and is up from 23.7 percent in 2017. A breakdown by county shows that vaping was more prevalent in South Florida, but in Central Florida, Seminole County was higher than the state average with 28.6 percent of students admitting to trying electronic cigarettes. In Orange County 24 percent  of students have vaped before, and in Osceola 21.7 percent have. All three counties showed an increase in use over 2017.  Click here to see the full report and a breakdown of all Florida Counties. 

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  • Facing a wall of Republican opposition, Democrats in the U.S. House are on the verge of approving two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, as critics of the President pressed their case in opening arguments Wednesday night before the House Judiciary Committee. 'We must hold this President accountable for corrupting our democracy,' said Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY). 'We must impeach this President.' 'President Trump grossly abused his power,' said Rep. Greg Stanton (D-AZ). 'Until this investigation began, I did not support impeaching President Trump,' said Rep. Hank Johnson (D-GA), who labeled this a 'break glass' emergency moment in American history. 'This is a moment that the President has forced upon us,' said Rep. Ted Deutch (D-FL). On the other side of the dais, Republicans ridiculed and blasted the impeachment effort by Democrats, labeling them sore losers, and accusing their rivals of simply trying to undo the results of the last election. 'We are witness, I believe, the most tragic mockery of justice in the history of this nation,' said Rep. Steve Chabot (R-OH). 'This is scary stuff what they're doing,' said Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH). 'Frankly it is dangerous for our country. It is not healthy for our country.' 'We've heard some great speeches tonight, but let's not forget, this is a political hit job,' said Rep. Guy Reschenthaler (R-PA). 'This is the quickest, thinnest, weakest, most partisan impeachment in all of American presidential history,' said Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL). Debate will resume at 9 am on the two articles of impeachment which Democrats have set before the panel. One charge alleges abuse of power by President Trump, revolving around his July 25, 2019 phone call with the leader of Ukraine, where the President pressed Ukraine to announce investigations of former Vice President Joe Biden, and a debunked conspiracy theory that Ukraine - and not Russia - had been behind the hacking of Democrats in 2016. The other impeachment charge covers obstruction of Congress, as Democrats say the President's refusal to cooperate with investigators - and his orders to Executive Branch officials to defy subpoenas from Congress - is not behavior which should be tolerated under the Constitution. Votes in the Judiciary Committee are expected Thursday, with a vote in the full House next week.