The Daily Populous

Tuesday August 18th, 2020 evening edition

image for Democratic insider Simon Rosenberg: Trump is "being coached by Putin" to seize power

Joe Biden will now be formalized as the 2020 Democratic nominee, with Sen. Kamala Harris of California as his running mate.

Opinion polls show that Biden and Harris enjoy great support among Democratic voters, and hold a significant lead over Donald Trump and Mike Pence at this stage.

You can also listen to my conversation with Simon Rosenberg on my podcast "The Truth Report" or through the player embedded below.

How are you feeling about America in the Age of Trump and his escalating assault on democracy?.

He became a problem because he was pushing the Western alliance apart around questions of privacy and digital issues.

Snowden was living in Russia during all this, and there is the question of whether he was a Russian spy.

Trump and his campaign were mimicking Russian arguments that America was not a truly virtuous power. »

Understanding Barrier Frustration in Dogs

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Often, these behaviors are seen in dogs that have a history of living at large, leash-free and allowed to wander around.

Other times, they develop when the dog is deprived from regular social interactions with people or other dogs.

This is often seen in animals that have been left in their yard all day with little stimulation in their life. »

Covid 19 coronavirus: PM Jacinda Ardern says Donald Trump's claim NZ is experiencing a surge is 'patently wrong'

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• Covid-19 coronavirus: Jacinda Ardern on border testing shambles as NZ may have to adjust to a new level 1.5. Advertisement.

Ardern said anyone who was following outbreaks around the world would "quite easily see" New Zealand's nine new cases yesterday didn't compare to the tens of thousands in the United States.

The US has recorded more than 5,420,000 Covid cases and more than 170,000 people have died from the virus. »

Postal union officials: 10 mail-sorting machines removed in Michigan

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Postal Service has removed at least 10 automated mail-sorting machines throughout Michigan facilities this summer, lowering first-class mail-processing capacity by more than 300,000 letters per hour, postal worker union leaders told Crain's.

At least three bar code sorting machines have been removed from the Postal Service's Fort Street facility in Detroit, said Keith Combs, president of the American Postal Workers Union's Detroit district.

Postal Service's Michigan Metroplex in Pontiac, two delivery bar code sorting machines have been removed from the 900,000-square-foot facility, said Roscoe Woods, president of APWU's Local 480-481. »