The Daily Populous

Saturday February 17th, 2018 day edition

image for A heroic math teacher saved her students during the Florida shooting by covering the classroom windows and refusing to let even the SWAT team in

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School math teacher Shanthi Viswanathan told her students to hide in a corner during the February 14 shooting.

She covered the classroom window with paper and locked the door.

According to a parent of one of her students, she refused to let even the SWAT team in, saying "Knock it down or open it with a key.

Her heroic actions saved her students' lives.

But a parent of one of Viswanathan's students told The Sun Sentinel that she did everything she could to make sure that her classroom remained safe.

She saved a lot of kids," Dawn Jarboe, whose son Brian was in her class, told The Sentinel.

When a SWAT team arrived to clear the room, she still wasn't taking any chances. »

No Sense of Smell: What It's Like to Be Anosmic

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Since the sense of taste relies on the sense of smell, when a person becomes anosmic, they often have problems with their sense of taste as well.

Ageusia - The complete loss of the sense of taste.

Hypogeusia - A partial loss of the sense of taste. »

Mueller Accuses Russians of Pro-Trump, Anti-Clinton Meddling

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Mueller charged 13 Russian nationals and three Russian entities and accused them of defrauding the U.S. government by interfering with the political process.

Trump and his Republican supporters have repeatedly denounced the Mueller investigation as a “witch hunt” and have denied any collusion.

The indictment of Russian individuals and companies also suggests a broader conspiracy than Mueller charged, saying grand jurors heard about others involved in the scheme. »

Robert Mueller charges 13 Russians with interfering in US election to help Trump

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Thirteen Russians have been criminally charged for interfering in the 2016 US election to help Donald Trump, the office of Robert Mueller, the special counsel, announced on Friday.

The Russians allegedly posed as Americans to operate bogus social media accounts, buy advertisements and stage political rallies.

Three defendants were charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and bank fraud, and five defendants were charged with aggravated identity theft. »

Russia-Trump inquiry: Russians charged over US 2016 election tampering

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Thirteen Russians have been charged with interfering in the US 2016 election, in a major development in the FBI investigation.

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Yevgeny Prigozhin, known as "Putin's chef", has denied election tampering.

One of the men named in the indictment - Yevgeny Prigozhin, who is known as "Putin's chef", denied election tampering. »