The Daily Populous

Friday October 27th, 2017 morning edition

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Weinstein has apologised for having “caused a lot of pain” but has denied all allegations of nonconsensual sex.

The Kenyan-Mexican actress, now 34, said she felt pressured into giving him a massage after he offered her one.

Headey claims she bumped into Weinstein years later where he kept asking her questions about her love life.

She alleges that, when Weinstein invited her to his hotel room to show her a script, the "energy shifted.”

She claims that, after paying for her car, he whispered in her ear: "Don't tell anyone about this, not your manager, not your agent.”

She allegedly threatened to sue him or “go public”; a Miramax lawyer was reportedly tasked with negotiating a settlement Getty.

34/36 Louisette Geiss The former actress said she met Weinstein to pitch a film script she was working on. »

DOT reminds drivers deer can't read signs

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Despite what some people think, deer can't read signs, but drivers can.

The DOT explained in a Facebook post that the signs are to remind drivers to be alert of the animals.

If that's not enough to make you be more alert when you see deer signs, those crashes have caused $14,690,650 in property damage. »

Mississippi schools back down on 'To Kill A Mockingbird' ban; permission slip required

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A Mississippi school district will resume teaching "To Kill A Mockingbird" after the book was pulled from a junior high reading list.

Students, however, have to ask to participate and return a permission slip signed by a parent.

Students who don't want to read "To Kill A Mockingbird" will be given another assignment that keeps them on track for class and state assessments. »

Shipping executive: ‘We have deliberately misled public on climate’

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Industry veteran said lobbyists at UN shipping talks were ‘prostitutes employed by our racket to try and put one over on the general public’.

A UK shipping executive has turned on the industry for ignoring the effect lobbying has had on its efforts to reduce carbon pollution.

While some details in the report were incorrect, said Craig-Bennett, a 41-year veteran of the shipping industry, “it is basically right, and we all know that it is”. »