The Daily Populous

Saturday December 1st, 2018 morning edition

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It appeared that it was also a real estate deal Donald Trump Jr. gave Congress a wrong year for, but there’s since been some pushback on NPR’s reporting.

It notes that Trump Jr. told a Senate committee that a deal in Moscow died of "deal fatigue" by 2014.

Trump Jr. was then pressed as to whether the counter-party was “somebody connected to [former mobster and Trump family business associate] Felix Sater.”

He may also be closely examining Trump Jr.’s statements about the 2016 Trump Tower meeting with a Russian lawyer.

The Trump Tower meeting was facilitated by Russian billionaire Aras Agalarov and his pop star son Emin.

Trump Jr. was asked “if they [the Agalarovs] were also exploring building a Trump Tower in Moscow.”.

Editor’s note: The story and headline was updated after publication in light of clarification about NPR’s reporting on Trump Jr.’s statements. »

Millennials are killing countless industries — but the Fed says it's mostly just because they're poor

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Differences in spending between millennials and past generations, the Fed study says, are not primarily due to "unique tastes and preferences."

Most significantly, most millennials came of age during the Great Recession, kneecapping their financial well-being in their early years of adulthood.

Read more: 'Psychologically scarred' millennials are killing dozens of industries — and it's their parents' fault. »

House Democrats unveil their first bill in the majority: a sweeping anti-corruption proposal

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House Democrats unveiled details of their first bill in the new Congress on Friday — a sweeping anti-corruption bill aimed at stamping out the influence of money in politics and expanding voting rights.

This is House Resolution 1 — the first thing House Democrats will tackle after the speaker’s vote in early January.

But by making anti-corruption their No. 1 priority, House Democrats are throwing down the gauntlet for Republicans. »