The Daily Populous

Tuesday March 5th, 2019 night edition

image for '90210' and 'Riverdale' Star Luke Perry Dead at 52 After Suffering Stroke

Luke Perry is dead at the age of 52, days after suffering a massive stroke at his home in Los Angeles, according to TMZ.

Luke passed away Monday morning at St. Joseph's Hospital in Burbank.

Paramedics responded to the home of the "Beverly Hills, 90210" star on Wednesday, February 27 and transported him to a nearby hospital.

Perry had been busy at work on "Riverdale," on which he plays the father to Archie Andrews (KJ Apa).

According to TMZ, he had recently filmed scenes for the CW show on the Warner Bros. lot in Los Angeles.

He appeared on 199 of the show's 293 episodes in a role that quickly made him a teen heartthrob of the '90s.

He's set to appear in Quentin Tarantino's upcoming "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood," which will be released July 26, 2019. »

Chemical pollutants in the home degrade fertility in both men and dogs, study finds

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There has been increasing concern over declining human male fertility in recent decades with studies showing a 50% global reduction in sperm quality in the past 80 years.

The researchers carried out identical experiments in both species using samples of sperm from donor men and stud dogs living in the same region of the UK.

An important area of future study is to determine how the region in which we live may effect sperm quality in both man and dog.". »

Germany to strip IS fighters′ citizenship

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Interior Minister Horst Seehofer had tried to link the legislation with broader citizenship reform.

Germany's governing coalition has agreed to strip fighters of the "Islamic State" (IS) militant group of their citizenship, according to German outlets Süddeutsche Zeitung, NDR and WDR.

Part of Seehofer's initial proposal to the Justice Ministry was to allow authorities to strip children under the age of five of their citizenship if their parents had unlawfully acquired German citizenship, for instance, by deception. »

Now Facebook is allowing anyone to look you up using your security phone number

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And now, as security researcher and New York Times columnist Zeynep Tufekci pointed out, Facebook is allowing anyone to look up a user by their phone number, the same phone number that was supposed to be for security purposes only.

I can no longer keep keep private the phone number that I PROVIDED ONLY FOR SECURITY to Facebook.

And remember, by default Facebook allows the whole world to find out who you are by entering your phone number. »