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On Tuesday’s episode of Newsfeed Now, ‘Chicago P.D.’ star Jesse Lee Soffer joins the show to talk about the fall finale of the hit NBC police drama.

To see the interview, watch the video above.

The second week of hearings in the impeachment inquiry is underway. At least eight current and former officials are set to testify this week in the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump. Washington, D.C. correspondent Jessi Turnure joins us to discuss the latest on the hearings.

For more on this story, click here or scroll to 4:34.

In Arkansas, two professors at Henderson State University are accused of making meth. Dr. Terry Bateman, 45, and Dr. Bradley Rowland, 40, were arrested Friday on charges of manufacture of methamphetamine and use of drug paraphernalia. KARK’s Tyler Thomason explains how one professor gave an interview with a student and shared his admiration for the hit TV show, ‘Breaking Bad’.

For more on this story, click here to scroll to 11:07.

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