The Daily Populous

Wednesday November 21st, 2018 morning edition

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Did Hillary Clinton’s rule-breaking use of private email to conduct government business render her unfit to serve in the topmost levels of the federal government?.

A question-and-answer segment focused on whether a hypothetical President Hillary Clinton could pardon herself.

At one point, Judge Jeanine Pirro demonstrated what it would be like to smash two BlackBerrys with a hammer.

“He attacked his Democratic challenger as untrustworthy and dubbed her ‘Crooked Hillary’ for using a personal email account as secretary of state.”.

Ivanka Trump’s use of the private account was unearthed by White House ethics officials responding to a public records lawsuit.

People close to Ivanka Trump told Leonnig and Dawsey that she wasn’t trying to hide her government work and was unaware she was breaking email rules.

Fox News has faced criticism from those who have claimed the network serves as a mouthpiece for the Trump administration. »

Trump says US stands with Saudi Arabia despite Khashoggi killing

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Trump recently urged Saudi Arabia and OPEC against throttling back production, a move that would boost oil prices.

After the U.S., "Saudi Arabia is the largest oil producing nation in the world," the statement reads.

But in an interview Sunday with Fox News' Chris Wallace, Trump signaled that he was reluctant to harm relations with Saudi Arabia. »

LuLaRoe is facing mounting debt, layoffs, and an exodus of top sellers, and sources say the $2.3 billion legging empire could be imploding

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Hundreds of LuLaRoe sellers have said they've been waiting months, some more than a year, for refund checks after exiting the business.

If sellers didn't have the money to buy more inventory, LuLaRoe leaders in some cases encouraged them to take out loans and credit cards for their LuLaRoe businesses, current and former consultants said.

Former LuLaRoe consultant Emily Wright said several rooms in her home are filled with LuLaRoe clothing she couldn't sell. »

Massachusetts mayor first in line as recreational marijuana sales begin

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CBS News correspondent Tony Dokoupil reports from Northampton, Massachusetts, where one of two stores opening in the state is located and where David Narkewicz will welcome legal recreational marijuana as both the ceremonial first customer and the town's mayor.

Massachusetts is the seventh state to open retail marijuana shops, but the first to open them east of the Mississippi.

Massachusetts legalized recreational marijuana more than two years ago, but retail stores had to meet a number of rigorous conditions laid out by the state before opening. »