The Daily Populous

Sunday December 8th, 2019 evening edition

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President Donald Trump brought on stage one convicted and one accused war criminal at a highly secretive GOP fundraiser in Florida on Saturday night, the Miami Herald reported.

The president debuted former US Army 1st Lt. Clint Lorance and former US Army Maj. Mathew Golsteyn at the Statesman's Dinner in Aventura, the Herald said.

Trump granted clemency to both their cases last month.

The Daily Beast reported two weeks ago that Trump had been mulling bringing Lorance, Golsteyn, and Navy SEAL Chief Edward Gallagher on the 2020 campaign trail with him.

President Donald Trump showed off two pardoned US troops at a highly secretive Republican fundraising event in Aventura, Florida on Saturday night, the Miami Herald reported.

The dinner raised a total of $3.5 million for the state's Republican Party, the Herald said.

Pelosi announced last week that the House would move forward with articles of impeachment against the president. »

Coldest Place on Earth Found—Here's How

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Scientists recorded this extreme temperature on the ice sheet deep in the middle of Antarctica during the long, dark polar winter.

Humans can’t inhale air that cold for more than a few breaths—it would cause our lungs to hemorrhage.

Russian scientists ducking out to check on the weather station would wear masks that warmed the air before they breathed it in. »

Do “Instagram vs. Reality” Posts Make a Difference?

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Over 37 percent of U.S. adults are Instagram users, and teens use Instagram more than any other social media platform.

Photo editing tools (both built into the Instagram platform and available via third-party apps) can push these posts further into the land of the unreal.

However, newly published research suggests that posts exposing these types of images as fake may improve women’s . »

Over 500 law professors say Trump engaged in 'impeachable conduct' in his dealings with Ukraine

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Over 500 legal scholars signed an open letter stating President Donald Trump engaged in "impeachable conduct" in his dealings with Ukraine.

The scholars said both chambers of Congress "would be acting well within their constitutional powers" if they ultimately vote to impeach and remove Trump.

More than 500 legal scholars from many of the top universities in the country lent their signatures to an open letter saying there's "overwhelming evidence" President Donald Trump engaged in "impeachable conduct" in his dealings with Ukraine. »