The Daily Populous

Sunday May 13rd, 2018 night edition

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(CNN) A Texas woman who killed her cheating husband by repeatedly running him over with her car has been released from prison.

Clara Harris served 15 years for the murder, which made headlines worldwide and was featured in a made-for-television movie.

The 60-year-old walked out of prison on Friday.

In 2002, Harris had hired a private investigator to follow her husband, David Harris.

She suspected he was having an affair with a former employee.

She confronted her husband and his lover in the lobby of a Hilton hotel in the Houston area.

The fight moved outside to the parking lot, where she hit him with her Mercedes-Benz, then drove over him again and again. »

Dan Snyder Killed Some Trees, And A Park Ranger Paid The Price

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Snyder tried to offer a $25,000 "cash contribution" to the park in return for a permit to clear the trees, but he was rebuffed.

No one, however, had sought the permission of Montgomery County, Maryland, which had joint custody of the C&O Canal land.

All because Dan Snyder decided he didn't like having to look at some stupid trees. »

Self-repairing organs could save your life in a heartbeat

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Heart disease is the leading cause of death worldwide and there is often precious little we can do about it.

Rather than growing cells in a dish and transplanting them, they want to switch their identities inside the body, so that we can heal ourselves from within.

Once embryonic stem cells, capable of becoming any tissue type, had differentiated into skin cells, heart muscle cells, neurons or whatever, …. »

Illegal drugs found at UK's Home Office, the department tasked with fighting illegal drugs

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(CNN) A stash of illegal drugs was found last week in the headquarters of the UK's Home Office, the government department tasked with cracking down on illicit drug use.

The drugs were found by security staff and no suspects have been identified, a London Metropolitan Police spokeswoman told CNN.

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Six common sun myths, exposed

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Nevertheless, it's smart to stay in the shade when the sun's rays are high; just make sure you're also slathered with sunscreen.

Reality: According to the SCF, up to 80 percent of the sun's UV rays can pass through clouds.

Even in the winter months, you need to beware: Snow can reflect up to 80 percent of UV rays, increasing exposure. »