The Daily Populous

Wednesday February 5th, 2020 night edition

image for Daniel Radcliffe: 'I was drunk during Harry Potter filming'

While he never drank on set, he admitted his alcohol consumption left him "dead behind the eyes".

Radcliffe has acknowledged that he was so desperate to avoid becoming an alcoholic that he now refrains from touching any alcohol.

In his latest interview, Radcliffe admitted being drunk while on the Harry Potter film sets although he does not disclose which ones.

It was a problem," Radcliffe told Heat magazine this week in an interview to promote his latest film.

I don't want to go into details, but I drank a lot and it was daily – I mean nightly.

He is currently promoting his current film, "The Woman in Black", a neo-Gothic horror movie, which opens this week, is his first post-Potter film.

The eight Potter films grossed more than $7.7bn (£4.87 billion) worldwide at the box office and made stars of Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint. »

Homeless US student population 'highest in more than a decade'

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The number of homeless students in the US is the highest in more than a decade according to a new study.

But 7% lived in abandoned buildings or cars, the report by the National Centre for Homeless Education showed.

The research measures the number of children in schools who report being homeless at some point during an academic year and as such does not show the total population of homeless young people in the US. »

CBS Gets Angry Joe's YouTube Review Of 'Picard' Taken Down For Using 26 Seconds Of The Show's Trailer

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CBS Gets Angry Joe's YouTube Review Of 'Picard' Taken Down For Using 26 Seconds Of The Show's Trailer.

CBS recently got Angry Joe's YouTube review of 'Picard' taken down, claiming copyright on the 2 thirteen-second videos of the show's publicly available trailer that Vargas used in the review.

Assholes at @CBS @CBSAllAccess Blocked Worldwide my Star Trek: Picard Review for daring to show 13 seconds of the Publicly Available Trailer too close to another 13 seconds of the Trailer. »

App made by Clinton campaign veterans’ firm is behind Iowa caucuses debacle

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The app was coded by a tech firm run by veterans of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign, one of them a former Google engineer.

It was designed to meet new requirements instituted after that year’s contentious Iowa caucuses, in which Clinton narrowly edged out Bernie Sanders.

Shadow started out as Groundbase, a tech developer co-founded by Gerard Niemira and Krista Davis, who worked for the tech team on Clinton’s campaign for the 2016 Democratic nomination. »