The impeachment trial of President Trump resumes today with his defense team continuing to push its case. They'll likely continue to try and discredit the claims of former National Security Adviser John Bolton, who wrote that Trump explicitly leveraged military aid to Ukraine to try and force an investigation of his political rivals. The trial is set to pick back up at 1 p.m. Eastern.    Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James is honoring the memory of Lakers legend Kobe Bryant. In an emotional Instagram post, James expressed heartbreak and devastation. James recounted how he'd talked to Bryant Sunday morning, just before he died in a helicopter crash near Los Angeles.    President Trump's long awaited Middle East peace plan is expected to be made public today. Trump has called the plan as "the deal of the century." Some details have been revealed in the Israeli media. Palestinian leaders have already rejected the proposal, which would reportedly allow Israel to absorb portions of the West Bank. Jordan's King Abdullah has made it clear he want back the proposed deal.    The Supreme Court is giving the Trump administration the go-ahead to implement new rules that will make it harder for immigrants to get residency or enter the country because they might need public assistance. It was a five-to-four ruling with all the justices appointed by Democrats in opposition. The new rules establish criteria for who can be considered in need of benefits, or public charges.    Facebook is the first major U.S. company to restrict travel to China because of the coronavirus outbreak that's killed more than a hundred people. The social media giant says it's out of an abundance of caution. The U.S. government is also suggesting Americans hold off on travel to China. Airlines have been canceling flights and changing schedules as the virus spreads.    Actress Lori Loughlin [[ lock-lin ]] is pleading not guilty to the additional charges added to her case in the college admissions fraud scandal. Loughlin waived her appearance in Boston federal court yesterday and entered a not guilty plea. She's facing several charges accusing her of paying 500-thousand-dollars to get her daughters into USC posing as crew recruits.    Border officials say they stopped a large shipment of fake money. Officers seized 900-thousand dollars in counterfeit money at the border in Minnesota. It originated from China and was found in a commercial rail shipment. All the cash was in one dollar bills.