The Daily Populous

Saturday January 25th, 2020 day edition

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Do you think for a moment that he wouldn’t?

And if somewhere deep down below you realize that he would — you cannot leave a man like that in office when he has violated the Constitution.”

“This is a determination by President Trump that he wants to be all-powerful.

He does not have to — to respect the Congress.

He does not have to respect the representatives of the people.

“In an effort to conceal the whistle-blower’s concerns, the White House and the Department of Justice took an unprecedented step.

But President Trump maneuvered to keep the whistle-blower’s concerns from the congressional Intelligence Committees.” »

Mathematicians have solved traffic jams, and they’re begging cities to listen

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Most traffic jams are unnecessary, and this deeply irks mathematicians who specialize in traffic flow.

“If engineers manage to achieve local improvements, after a while the flows rearrange and the same traffic jams appear in other places.”

Krylatov would like to solve urban traffic jams forever, so much so that he has coauthored a book of new math approaches to traffic and ways to implement them. »

Pompeo berated, cursed at NPR reporter over Ukraine questions, she says

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo berated and cursed at an NPR reporter following a contentious exchange over Ukraine, the reporter said Friday.

Correspondent Mary Louise Kelly said she was interviewing Pompeo when he cut it short after she repeatedly pressed him on why he hasn't defended former Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch.

Pompeo told Kelly that he was there to talk about Iran and that he has defended "every State Department official." »

London police to deploy facial recognition cameras across the city

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The cameras will be placed in locations popular with shoppers and tourists, like Stratford’s Westfield shopping center and the West End, reports BBC News.

When the camera flags an individual, police officers will approach and ask them to verify their identity.

“Every day, our police officers are briefed about suspects they should look out for; [facial recognition] improves the effectiveness of this tactic.”. »

Mike Pompeo cursed out NPR reporter for asking about removal of Ukraine ambassador, she says

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The reporter, "All Things Considered" co-host Mary Louise Kelly, interviewed Pompeo on Friday amid President Donald Trump's impeachment trial in the Senate, which centers around the president's dealings with Ukraine.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo cursed out an NPR reporter after she pressed him to answer questions about the removal of former U.S.

On a radio program for NPR that aired Friday, Kelly provided more details about her unrecorded exchange with Pompeo. »