The Daily Populous

Wednesday March 6th, 2019 night edition

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And, John Adams wrote what he believed the departing George Washington was thinking: "Ay!

He patted his wife, Nancy, on the leg and said, "Look honey, there's our little bungalow.".

When his eight years as President of the United States ended on January 20, 1953, private citizen Harry Truman took the train home to Independence, Missouri, mingling with other passengers along the way.

Once the Obamas depart for the Capitol, the moving vans come to deliver the Obamas belongings and move out the Bushes.

I want to find everything just as it is now when we move back in exactly four years from today.".

And, true to her word, the Clevelands did move back in four years later, when Grover became the first and only president to win a second, non-consecutive term. »

It costs less than $60 to have a baby in Finland. How?

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Finland's healthcare system has helped give it the lowest maternal death rate in the world -- and it's available to everyone for next to nothing.

The maternal death rate in the U.S. has nearly doubled over the last three decades; in Finland they've cut it in half.

They're all trying to improve things even more, like making childbirth even safer, and encouraging fathers to take longer paternity leave. »


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WASHINGTON – Today Congressman Ted W. Lieu (D-Los Angeles County) and Congressman Don Beyer (D-VA) sent a letter to Attorney General William Barr calling on him to open a criminal investigation into reports that Jared Kushner intentionally omitted contacts on his security clearance forms.

We are deeply disturbed by recent reports that President Trump ordered his Chief of Staff, John Kelly, to grant Jared Kushner a security clearance, overruling intelligence officials who raised concerns about the clear national security risks of doing so.

Chairman Elijah Cummings (D-MD) indicated recently the House Committee on Oversight and Reform has accelerated their investigation into the White House security clearance process. »

US to scrap sops on $5.6 billion Indian exports

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US plan to end preferential trade status won't have much impact: India India exports goods worth $5.6 billion under the GSP, and the duty benefit is only $190 million annually, commerce secretary Anup Wadhawan said on Tuesday.

"GSP withdrawal will not have a significant impact on India's exports to the US," the secretary added.

But he made it symbolic of the trade fight he has picked up across the world. »