The Daily Populous

Sunday August 16th, 2020 morning edition

image for Robert Trump, the younger brother of President Donald Trump, dead at age 71

(CNN) Robert Trump, 71, the younger brother of President Donald Trump, died Saturday at a New York hospital, Donald Trump announced in a statement.

"It is with heavy heart I share that my wonderful brother, Robert, peacefully passed away tonight.

He was not just my brother, he was my best friend.

He will be greatly missed, but we will meet again.

Additionally, a source familiar said the President personally dictated the White House statement on his brother.

The President called his brother's hospital room late on Saturday as it seemed his death was near, two people familiar with the matter told CNN.

It's not clear whether they connected or whether Robert Trump's condition allowed him to speak by phone with the President. »

McDonald's boosts biofuel generation with grease recovery partnership

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Fast food giant McDonald's UK has inked a deal with commercial laundry and dishwashing appliances manufacturer Miele which will see it recover more of its used grease for recycling into biofuels.

The new deal will see oil pulled from its used mops, towels and cleaning cloths for recycling.

Among these innovations is Neste’s Biojet - an innovative fuel which is created by blending conventional, fossil-based kerosene with renewable hydrocarbons produced from recycled cooking oil. »

Taylor Swift: Trump's 'calculated dismantling' of USPS proves he's trying to 'blatantly cheat' election

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Postal Service (USPS) and accusing him of trying to “blatantly cheat” the election.

“Trump’s calculated dismantling of USPS proves one thing clearly: He is WELL AWARE that we do not want him as our president,” the pop star wrote on Twitter.

“He’s chosen to blatantly cheat and put millions of Americans’ lives at risk in an effort to hold on to power.”. »

Surprise! Out-of-Network Billing for Emergency Care in the United States

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Therefore, a privately insured individual can be treated at an in-network hospital’s emergency department but receive a large unexpected bill from an out-of-network emergency physician working at that facility.

Because patients do not choose their emergency physician, emergency physicians can remain out of network and charge high prices without losing patient volume.

We conclude by analyzing New York’s efforts to address out-of-network billing through binding arbitration between physicians and insurers over out-of-network payments. »