After a dinner break, senators have resumed their final round of questions in President Trump's impeachment trial, a session expected to last into Thursday night. (Read highlights from the first round.) That will set the stage for Friday's much-anticipated vote on whether to call witnesses such as former national security adviser John Bolton. Ongoing coverage:
- Rand Paul: For the second straight day, Rand Paul submitted a question that named the person believed to be the whistleblower in the Ukraine controversy, and for the second straight day, Chief Justice John Roberts refused to admit it. "The presiding officer declines to read the question as submitted," said Roberts, per CNN. Paul said afterward that his submitted question made no reference to a whistleblower and read it aloud to reporters. The Hill, however, notes that it did include the name that has been reported in conservative media as the whistleblower. Paul said Roberts had no right to block the question.