AP Top Stories February 11 P

Here are the top stories for February 11, 2021: House impeachment managers make case for Trump culpability in January 6th attack; Deadly multi-car crash in Texas; UK prepares for new travel restrictions; Chinese New Year in New York altered for pandemic.

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ROBERT BUMSTED: This is "AP News Minute." In their second day of arguments, House impeachment managers made the case Thursday that former President Donald Trump had a history of cheering on acts of violence by his supporters ahead of the Capitol insurrection. They also said he didn't show remorse for spreading baseless claims about election fraud, therefore making him culpable for the January 6th attack. Trump's legal team is expected to present their opening arguments on Friday.

In Texas, five people were killed and dozens more were injured in a huge highway pileup. It happened on an interstate near downtown Fort Worth, as a winter storm dropped snow and freezing rain. The UK is preparing for drastic new COVID travel restrictions. Starting Monday, non-UK citizens arriving from a country on one of the UK'S red list countries will be required to purchase a $2,400 quarantine package that includes accommodations and testing. Those who don't comply could face serious fines.

And revelers for the Chinese New Year this year in New York are being asked to stay home. Celebrations for this year, the year of the ox, will take place virtually on Friday. The parade in New York's Chinatown attracts thousands annually. New York's ethnic Chinese population is the largest outside of Asia. Robert Bumsted, "Associated Press," with "AP News Minute."