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The holiday shopping season was cut short by six whole days this year, with Thanksgiving and Black Friday falling on the last week of November. That means there are less days to browse, less days of deals and less days to wrap your gifts. To help you catch up, In The Know is working to bring you the top deals and gifts of the season with two brand new live video series.

From Monday, Dec. 2 through Friday, Dec. 6, our hosts will be going live twice a day to show you gifts for everyone on your list, from self-care buffs and fashionistas to gamers and foodies. Bookmark this page and set yourself an alarm—we’ll be airing here, as well as on Yahoo, AOL and across social media, at 12 p.m. and 7 p.m. eastern standard time.

At noon, catch “You Need This” where our hosts will help you discover the products you can’t (and shouldn’t) live without and talk with some of the founders of our favorite brands. Later on, check out “Add to Cart” where hosts will feature more must-have gifts. You can find the entire viewing schedule and episode themes below, along with every product that will be featured during each episode!

Casetify (Use code "FILLMYBAG to get 15 percent off $40+, 25 percent off $80, 30 percent off $120+)

New Sonos Move Battery-Powered Smart Speaker with Alexa, $399 (Get a $60 Amazon gift card to use when you apply and get approved for an Amazon Rewards Visa Signature Card.)

Add to Cart (7 - 7:30 p.m.): Find more Cyber Monday deals on Dyson, Ancestry, Soda Stream and more before they’re gone!

SodaStream Fizzi Sparkling Water Maker Bundle (2 bottles and 2 fruit drops included), $77.99 (originally $110.99)

You Need This (12 - 12:30 p.m.): Find the gifts that give back this season, from winter hats that raise money for children’s cancer research to sustainably made sneakers.

Add to Cart (7 - 7:30 p.m.): Check out all the best gifts for the gamer in your life, from keyboards and chairs to other accessories.

You Need This (12 - 12:30 p.m.): Take care of yourself and give the gift of wellness with these coveted products that will help anyone feel and look their best.

Add to Cart (7 - 7:30 p.m.): Are you having guests over this holiday season? Update your home before they come knocking at the door.

Mellanni Brushed Microfiber 1800 Thread Count Bedding (Wrinkle, Fade, Stain Resistant, Hypoallergenic) - White, $24.70

Mellanni Brushed Microfiber 1800 Thread Count Bedding (Wrinkle, Fade, Stain Resistant, Hypoallergenic) - Paisley Blue, $29.70

You Need This (12 - 12:30 p.m.): Take your beauty routine to the next level with our favorite skincare products and hair tools. 

Add to Cart (7 - 7:30 p.m.): Make room in your closet for these threads and accessories, from limited-edition collabs to custom hair clips. 

Animal Finger Puppets

You Need This (12 - 12:30 p.m.): This one is for the foodies out there! Upgrade your kitchen with gifts that will make cooking easier and sharing a bottle of wine more fun.

Add to Cart (7 - 7:30 p.m.): These are the gifts we’ve been saving up for, but are totally worth the splurge. Think: luxurious, modern and chic gifts for those who enjoy the finer things in life.

Jeff: You won’t be shocked to learn that three of these four witnesses turned out to have a lengthy history of animosity toward President Trump: Prof. Pamela Karlan is a Democratic donor who suggested the 2016 election could be “illegitimate.” She first raised the prospect of impeaching President Trump in 2016—before he even took office. She’s also argued against the Trump Administration in court. Prof. Noah Feldman has spent nearly 3 years calling for impeachment—for any reason you can imagine. Less than two months after Inauguration Day, Feldman was arguing for impeachment . . . because of a tweet. He even called for impeachment because he disliked the President’s (perfectly Constitutional) use of the pardon power. Prof. Michael Gerhardt spent years working for Democratic officials and campaigns, repeatedly helping Democratic senators fight to block the appointment of conservative judges and justices—including now-Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

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