The Daily Populous

Monday June 24th, 2019 night edition

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Former Miss Indiana University alleges she was sexually assaulted by Donald Trump.

An acclaimed advice columnist and former Miss Indiana University said President Donald Trump assaulted her in the dressing room of an elegant New York City department store more than 20 years ago, a claim Trump has denied.

E. Jean Carroll, in a graphic, first-person account published in New York Magazine, said Trump pulled down her tights in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room and sexually assaulted her.

Trump said he was looking to buy a present for "a girl," who is not identified.

Trump asked Carroll to try on a lace bodysuit he was considering, she wrote.

Donald Trump has been accused of sexual misconduct by more than a dozen women since the 1980s.

An IU alumna, she was a cheerleader and was crowned Miss Indiana University in 1963. »

Why People Procrastinate: The Psychology and Causes of Procrastination – Solving Procrastination

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People are more likely to procrastinate when their goals are vague or abstract, compared to when their goals are concrete and clearly-defined.

For example, goals such as “get fit” or “start exercising” are relatively vague, and are therefore likely to lead to procrastination.

Note that some researchers refer to procrastination that occurs for this reason as arousal procrastination, in contrast with avoidant procrastination. »

Istanbul mayoral re-run: Erdogan's ruling AKP loses again

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Turkey's ruling party has lost control of Istanbul after a re-run of the city's mayoral election, latest results show.

But the result is being seen as a major setback for Mr Erdogan, who has previously said that "whoever wins Istanbul, wins Turkey".

Image copyright AFP Image caption Mr Erdogan, seen voting, is a native of Istanbul and a former mayor of the city. »

Minnesota cop awarded $585,000 after colleagues snooped on her DMV data

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Even more eerie, many officers had searched for her in the middle of the night.

She is studying similar cases across the country.There have been dozens of lawsuits against Minneapolis and other Minnesota cities in recent years over alleged abuses of license databases.

Most of the cases were settled out of court or dismissed; Krekelberg’s is the only one to have gone to trial. »

Johnson & Johnson faces multibillion opioids lawsuit that could upend big pharma

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“I think it’s fair to characterize Johnson & Johnson as a kingpin in our opioid crisis,” he said.

Oklahoma’s attorney general, Mike Hunter, is suing Johnson & Johnson for billions of dollars for its alleged part in driving addiction and overdoses in his state in the first full trial of a drug maker over the opioid epidemic.

But he said that if Johnson & Johnson lose the Oklahoma case it would be a blow to the other drug companies pursuing similar lines of defence. »