The Daily Populous

Sunday September 30th, 2018 day edition

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It started as a way to stop arguing about his other vow: to never ride in a car again.

After the 1971 San Francisco Bay oil spill, Francis decided to avoid motorized vehicles entirely.

But he kept running into people who'd tell him that his decision was foolish — that it just left more gas for others to consume.

Francis, an environmentalist, says he worried that in these disagreements he stopped appreciating different points of view.

John Francis says he could have gone the rest of his life without speaking.

"After 17 years of not speaking, I know the importance of there being someone there to hear what you have to say.". »

Trump On Kim Jong Un: ‘He Wrote Me Beautiful Letters. We Fell In Love’

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In response to North Korea’s insults, President Trump took to his favorite social media platform, Twitter, to viciously attack Kim Jong Un.

The relationship between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un culminated in June’s historic Singapore meeting between the two leaders.

President Donald Trump, according to Politico, does not just love North Korea’s Kim, but also politicians like Vladimir Putin, and other dictators. »

SEC settles charges with Tesla's Elon Musk, will remain as CEO

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The SEC complaint alleged that in doing so, Musk issued "false and misleading" statements, and failed to properly notify regulators of material company events.

Under the deal's terms, Musk and Tesla neither admit or deny wrongdoing alleged by regulators.

"This matter reaffirms an important principle embodied in our disclosure-based federal securities laws," SEC chairman Jay Clayton said in a statement. »

No one shot in Chicago in 22-hour span

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Police investigate the scene where a man was shot Friday morning near Independence and Fillmore.

CHICAGO (Sun-Times Media Wire) - Two people were wounded in shootings within 24 hours Friday as colder temperatures moved through Chicago. »