The Daily Populous

Sunday August 5th, 2018 night edition

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“This was a meeting to get information on an opponent, totally legal and done all the time in politics - and it went nowhere,” Trump said of Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting in Trump Tower with a Kremlin-linked attorney in June 2016.

Trump’s tweet follows recent reports that he is worried about possible legal trouble for his eldest son.

Fake News reporting, a complete fabrication, that I am concerned about the meeting my wonderful son, Donald, had in Trump Tower.

This was a meeting to get information on an opponent, totally legal and done all the time in politics - and it went nowhere.

A day later, he admitted that he’d agreed to sit down with Veselnitskaya after being offered dirt on his father’s political opponent, Hillary Clinton.

The Times reported last July that Trump signed off on his son’s first response about the meeting.

Leah Millis / Reuters President Donald Trump is seen before boarding Air Force One to Ohio at the Morristown Airport in Morristown, NJ, on Saturday. »

Friends Week: James Michael Tyler on being Gunther

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It's 20 years since Friends started and ten since it ended, but do you still get people yelling 'Gunther' at you?.

Every afternoon I'll take a daily walk and there are loads of tourists always on the street taking photos of the Hollywood sign.

"Before then, I had kind of an inkling that Gunther slept in the back of Central Perk - in the storage room. »

Humans are giving many other species cancer

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The scientists provide a summary of the mechanisms by which humans are inducing cancer in other animals.

Environmental contaminants disrupt cell growth through a variety of mechanisms, including DNA damage, interference with immune function, and disruption of hormonal balance.

One study showed that 27% of beluga whales in the highly polluted Saint Lawrence Estuary in Canada had cancer. »

80-year-old medical marijuana patient with expired card jailed for less than an eighth of cannabis

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CLARE COUNTY, Mich. -- An 80-year-old grandmother in Clare County was jailed for the first time in her life, because she had a small amount of cannabis at home but her Michigan medical marijuana card expired.

"What the person was doing was illegal, had she renewed her medical marijuana card she would have been fine.

Saltzman's renewed Michigan medical marijuana card is on its way to her, but she urges voters to legalize marijuana in November and end the stigma. »