The Daily Populous

Monday November 26th, 2018 morning edition

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Conservatives participated in a "vast right-wing conspiracy" to undermine the Clintons, President Donald Trump's former deputy election campaign manager said on Sunday.

A vast left-wing conspiracy, very similar words to what Hillary Clinton called a vast right-wing conspiracy.".

Wallace interjected to say that Clinton's conspiracy allegation "didn’t turn out to be true.".

Chris, there was an effort by the conservative movement to undermine President Clinton.".

Trump levied a series of attacks against the Clintons during the election campaign.

Trump also questioned the death of Vince Foster, who served as a White House attorney during Bill Clinton's presidency.

"I don't bring it up because I don't know enough to really discuss it," Trump said in spring 2016. »

Tension escalates after Russia seizes Ukraine naval ships

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The crisis began when Russia accused the Ukrainian ships of illegally entering its waters.

The 2003 treaty between Ukraine and Russia guaranteed free navigation to both countries' vessels.

Ukraine and the West accuse Russia of sending its troops to the region and arming the separatists. »

Update on former homeless Connecticut man who returned 10K check last year

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× Update on former homeless Connecticut man who returned 10K check last year.

New Haven, CT (WTIC) — Just before Thanksgiving last year, a New Haven realtor, who lost a $10,000 check, paid a homeless man handsomely for his honesty.

“That really shattered a lot of stereotypes that people have about homeless people,” said realtor Roberta Hoskie, whose lost $10,000 check had been returned by Elmer Alvarez, a man who was homeless for more than a year. »

Children mirror weight gain and losses of their mothers but not fathers

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Children mirror the weight gain and losses of their mothers but not their fathers, a study has found.

A team from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim looked at activity levels of 4,400 children and their parents over 11 years to discover if there was a link in their weights.

"Mothers whose activity levels drop as their children are growing up are linked to children with higher BMI in adolescence.”. »