The Daily Populous

Monday December 3rd, 2018 day edition

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The White House and Mr. Trump have shown little willingness to shift from their policy of continued support for Saudi Arabia and Prince Mohammed.

Privately, even some Republicans on Capitol Hill who believe that Prince Mohammed ordered the killing have said they support the administration’s decision not to impose significant costs on Saudi Arabia, arguing that the kingdom’s support is needed to confront threats from Iran.

“Will the White House give up the cover-up of the cover-up?

I don’t see any sign they are willing to change their tune,” Mr. Riedel said.

“But this will certainly increase the pressure to get Gina Haspel to testify on the Hill.”.

It is not clear if the C.I.A. has the content of the communications between the two men.

One is precisely what Mr. Qahtani was communicating to the crown prince in the 11 exchanges — the two men could have been in constant communication most days, not just at the time that Mr. Khashoggi was killed. »

Grandma mistakenly booked into all-male jail, staff thought she was transgender

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She was booked into Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center and processed as a woman, then strip-searched, the newspaper reported.

Despite Pichardo's denial of this, the nurse added this note to her file: "Transgender, male parts, female tendencies.”.

But this month, an appeals court ruled the conduct of the nurse and doctor amounts to “deliberate indifference, the newspaper reported. »

How Does Weird Al Write His Songs?

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Weird Al engages the entire culture, in all its functions and facets, through his lyrics, his videos, his original musical-style parodies.

It wasn’t until his parody of “Smells Like Teen Spirit” (“Smells Like Nirvana”) that he safely established full traction and momentum.

In 2006, he released his first album ever to break the top ten (Straight Outta Lynwood, featuring “White & Nerdy”). »

Parents: To Prepare Kids Financially, Give Them Practice with Money

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However, research often overlooks a third important piece: giving kids hands-on practice managing money, says a new paper authored by University of Arizona doctoral student Ashley LeBaron.

The study suggests that future research should consider this sort of experiential learning a third key method of financial socialization.

The important thing is that parents give children hands-on experience with money early, when the stakes are still low. »