Here are some of the stories making headlines today.

Hong Kong enters third day in a row of violent unrest: Live updates

Citywide chaos: Students and protesters are gearing up for a fight at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, where they battled riot police last night. Earlier this afternoon, hundreds of office workers protested in the financial district on their lunch hour.

Trump impeachment hearings will echo through the ages

The gravity and drama of the first televised impeachment hearings into Donald Trump’s presidency on Wednesday will imprint themselves on history and reverberate far from Washington.

Bolivian senator declares herself acting president — but she may be on shaky ground

Bolivian senator Jeanine Anez declared herself the country’s acting leader Tuesday, despite a boycott by former President Evo Morales’ allies that left the legislative chamber short of the legal minimum number of lawmakers required to appoint her.

Islamic Jihad leader killed in Israeli air strike

A senior commander of Gaza Strip militant group Islamic Jihad has been killed in an Israeli air strike, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and Prime Minister’s Office said in a statement Tuesday.

Pete Buttigieg joins top tier of candidates in new Iowa poll

South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg joined the leaders of the Democratic race for president in Iowa, up 14 percentage points since August, according to a new Monmouth University poll of likely caucusgoers out Tuesday.

Xi Jinping offers to help Greece retrieve contested Parthenon Marbles

Contributors Yong Xiong, CNN Chinese President Xi Jinping has weighed in on a long-standing controversy by offering to help Greece retrieve the contested Parthenon Marbles from Britain. Xi made his comments Tuesday, during the last day of a state visit to Athens, where he met with Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos.

Disney+ launches, then crashes

Disney+ users were greeted by error pages starring Disney’s own Wreck-It Ralph on Tuesday, the day the app launched.

Jaipur’s royal family lists Airbnb’s first royal property. For just $8,000, you can pay a visit.

(CNN) – Airbnb has taken its luxury listings to a new level, introducing their first royal property in Jaipur, India. The Jaipur royal family has listed a room in their stunningly ornate 300-year-old City Palace of Jaipur on Airbnb for $7,983 per night.

Luxury watch sells for a record $31 million

A watch by Swiss luxury brand Patek Philippe has sold for over $31 million, the highest price ever paid for a timepiece at auction. The Grandmaster Chime 6300A-010 has never been worn — it was created specially for Saturday’s auction in Geneva to raise money for research into Duchenne muscular dystrophy, according to Christie’s.

Scientists may have just worked out why we hiccup

Although hiccups seem a nuisance, scientists have discovered they may play a crucial role in our development — by helping babies to regulate their breathing.

Republican Group Urges GOP Lawmakers To Stand Up To Trump During Impeachment

With public impeachment hearings set to begin this week, a Republican group is urging GOP lawmakers to stand up to President Donald Trump as some in the party did to President Richard M. Nixon during Watergate. “History Is Watching” is the title of a new commercial from Republicans for the Rule of Law, a GOP group critical of Trump.

Hillary Clinton Says ‘Many, Many People’ Urging Her To Run In 2020

Hillary Clinton said Tuesday she had no plans to become the latest Democrat to throw her hat into an already crowded ring vying for the presidency, but said Tuesday “many, many, many people” had urged her to enter the race before 2020 filing deadlines.

The Complicated Significance Of Tyler Perry

In early October, Tyler Perry made Hollywood yield the floor to Atlanta for the night. The world watched as Tyler Perry Studios opened its doors to Beyoncé, Jay Z, Oprah Winfrey, Spike Lee, Ava DuVernay, Samuel L. Jackson and many other stars.

These May Be The Top Baby Names Of 2020

As we near the end of 2019, many baby name experts are looking back at the choices that were popular among parents this year. But the folks at Nameberry are also looking forward and examining the baby name trends likely to make a splash in 2020.

Disney+ features content warnings for ‘outdated cultural depictions’ – but are they enough?

We’re only a few hours into the Disney+ world and it already has people talking – whether about pivotal Star Wars scenes or the curious content warnings playing before some previously archived films. Some warnings feel standard, such as “tobacco depictions” in Aladdin or “sci-fi violence and action” in Avengers: Endgame.

Aw, yeah: People finally like the new ‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ design

Sonic the Hedgehog, star of the upcoming animated film Sonic the Hedgehog , is looking like a whole new hedgehog. Fans were outraged after the initial trailer for the movie dropped in April, because Sonic looked too different from the classic character everyone knows and loves.

People sure are excited about (pirating) ‘The Mandalorian’

Disney+’s The Mandalorian is hot. Like, stolen car hot. The much anticipated Star Wars television show premiered on Nov. 12, and within hours it was already being illegally downloaded by thousands of people. Which, frankly, isn’t that surprising – especially considering Disney bungled the launch of its streaming platform.

Angry Birds celebrates 10 years of life with a charity campaign to get us all angry

The original Angry Birds launched on Dec. 11, 2019, almost exactly 10 years ago. And to celebrate the coming anniversary, Rovio Entertainment has put together a whole slate of activities. All of it will unfold under the banner of Rovio’s “Bring the Anger” campaign, which is a lot happier than it sounds.

Deepfake video shows UK prime minister endorsing main opponent

Another day, another deepfake. In recent months we’ve seen Bill Hader doing an impression of Tom Cruise, Niall Horan morphed into Diplo, and even Arnold Schwarzenegger starring in No Country for Old Men . But today’s additions are a little more troubling.

Disney+ has finally arrived. Here’s how to watch it.

Every product here is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our work. Folks, the day is here. The much hyped Disney+ streaming service is out and you can watch it right now. When the servers work, anyway.