Impeachment, Vaccines, Valentine’s Day: Your Weekend BriefingHere’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories. Pence Can’t Quit the Big Election Lie That Nearly Got Him KilledIn an op-ed decrying a House bill protecting voting rights, the former vice president undermined the integrity of the 2020 race—fueling the false narrative that put him in grave danger at the Capitol in January. Biden's first 100 days: Executive orders reverse Trump policiesUS announces return to Paris climate accord, halts process of leaving WHO Pelosi: House 'will proceed' to impeachment of TrumpRepublican David Cicilline, a leader of the House effort to draft impeachment articles accusing Trump of inciting insurrection, said on Sunday that his group had 200-plus co-sponsors. 'Traitors and patriots': Republican push to keep Trump in power seems doomedSenators decline to defend electoral college ploy aimed at party base but set to be blocked by Democrats and GOP leaders Watch: Donald Trump leaves the White House for the final timeTrump, who departed the White House shortly after 14:00 CET with his wife, Melania, said it had been "a great honour, the honour of a lifetime" to serve as president. Largest police union calls for Trump to 'forcefully urge' protestors to stand downThe Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), the nation’s largest police union, on Wednesday, called on President Trump to “forcefully urge” protestors to stand down, calling the riots at the U.S. Capitol unlawful activity. U.S. appeals court rejects lawmaker's bid to have Pence overturn Biden's winA federal appeals court on Saturday rejected a Republican congressman's bid to allow Vice President Mike Pence to overturn President-elect Joe Biden's Nov. 3 election victory in favor of President Donald Trump. New capitol riot videos shown in Trump impeachment trial: Watch them hereThe prosecution presented more graphic videos of the Capitol riot as evidence during the impeachment trial on Wednesday. You can see them here. Axiom reveals its first private crew headed to the ISSThe price tag is $55 million if you want to visit the International Space Station.