The Daily Populous

Monday December 10th, 2018 day edition

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A Guatemalan toddler who died weeks after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border with her mother is at the center of a wrongful death claim that's seeking $60 million from the federal government.

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"Frankly, to me, it was completely irresponsible," Yazmin told ABC News of her daughter's medical treatment at the Dilley facility.

After 20 days at the detention facility, Yazmin and Mariee were released to fly to join Yazmin's mother in New Jersey.

According to Yazmin's wrongful death filing, no medical personnel examined or cleared Mariee for the flight.

On Nov. 27, lawyers for Yazmin filed an administrative wrongful death claim seeking $60 million from the federal government.

John Carlos Frey is a five-time Emmy Award-winning journalist who specializes in coverage of the U.S.-Mexico border for The Marshall Project. »

Nick Ayers, Aide to Pence, Declines Offer to Be Trump’s Chief of Staff

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They had clashed repeatedly with Mr. Kelly as he tried to establish more regulated channels to the president.

Matt Drudge, an ally of Mr. Kushner, weeks ago posted a photo of Mr. Ayers on The Drudge Report as the next chief of staff.

But some West Wing officials said Mr. Ayers had been measured and cautious in recent days as he negotiated with Mr. Trump and his family. »

Michael Jackson's Forgotten Humanitarian Legacy

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Jackson spent hours talking to, holding, and comforting children at the hospital, some of whom were terminally ill.

“I wanted to do something,” he said, “because I was so moved by the other burn patients I met while I was in the hospital.”

Jackson suffered excruciatingly painful second-degree burns on his scalp, but hospital staff remembers him spending much of his time visiting and comforting other patients. »

NHS told to ditch 'absurd' fax machines

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The NHS will be banned from buying fax machines from next month - and has been told by the government to phase out the machines entirely by 31 March 2020.

In July, the Royal College of Surgeons revealed nearly 9,000 fax machines were in use across the NHS in England.

In place of fax machines, the Department of Health said secure email should be used. »

The Truman Show was a delusion that came true

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Treating the delusion was difficult, given that patients would think the doctors themselves were just part of the ruse.

At its worst, the delusion has been linked to attempted suicides, murder, and an attempt to scale the Statue Of Liberty. »