A vote yesterday in the Senate suggests Democrats don't have Republican support to convict former President Trump in his impeachment trial. Kentucky Republican Senator Rand Paul's motion to dismiss the impeachment failed, but only five Republicans sided with Democrats in voting the resolution down. Paul said "If 34 people support my resolution, it shows they don't have the votes and we're basically wasting our time."       Johns Hopkins University says there have now been more than 100-million reported coronavirus cases globally since the start of the pandemic. The U.S. accounts for a quarter of that number with more than 25-million cases, followed by India and Brazil.        The acting Attorney General is rolling back the Trump administration's "zero-tolerance" border policy. Monty Wilkinson officially ended the practice which led to the separation of thousands of migrant families. In 2018, then-President Trump used an executive order to ensure children were no longer separated from their parents during prosecution.        Foreign ministers from the G7 major industrial nations are criticizing Russia for the detention of opposition leader and Vladimir Putin critic Aleksei Navalny [[ na-VALL-nee ]]. In a joint statement on Tuesday, the officials called Navalny's detention deplorable and demanded his release under Russia's obligations to respect human rights. Navalny was arrested January 17th upon returning to Russia from Germany, where he was recovering from a poisoning that nearly killed him.        No one will be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame as part of the 2021 class. All 25 players up for election fell short of the required 75-percent of the vote needed. It's the first time since 2013 that no player was selected and just the ninth time ever. Curt Schilling was the highest vote-getter, followed by Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens.       A Florida man who was Paramedic of the Year is facing charges for his part in stolen doses of the coronavirus vaccine. Joshua Colon was arrested on charges of forgery, fraud, and misconduct for covering up a supervisor's theft of three COVID vaccine doses. He's accused of forging vaccine forms on vials that he'd been given. Colon claims his supervisor demanded the vaccines and put him in a "very difficult situation."