The Daily Populous

Tuesday September 1st, 2020 day edition

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Robin Williams was the saving grace in Sharon Osbourne’s fight against colon cancer.

In the Osbourne family’s inaugural podcast, they shared their highs and lows from their eponymous reality show and touched on Sharon’s health battle.

“It was not a very fun time at all for anyone.

Probably the least amount of fun for Mom,” Jack Osbourne shared.

Daughter Kelly Obsourne chimed in that Sharon, now 65, had started to give up during her chemo treatments after her hair began to fall out.

Then Ozzy Osbourne had the bright idea to bring in Williams to cheer up Sharon.

Williams committed suicide in August 2014 after a battle with Lewy body dementia that had gone undiagnosed prior to his death. »

USPS Board Chairman Revealed as Director of Mitch McConnell, Trump-Linked Super PACs

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The United States Postal Service (USPS) Board of Governors Chairman, Robert M. Duncan, is a director of the Mitch McConnell-allied Senate Leadership Fund Super PAC, as paperwork filed Monday confirmed.

Moreover, nearly all of the people on the Trump-nominated USPS board of governors have ties to the Trump administration.

As postmaster general and a top GOP donor, DeJoy has faced the most public scrutiny over the USPS overhauls. »

Andrew Yang takes lead role in California data privacy campaign

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| Andrew Harnik/AP Photo Andrew Yang takes lead role in California data privacy campaign.

SACRAMENTO — Former presidential candidate Andrew Yang is throwing his weight behind California’s November data privacy ballot measure — not just endorsing the initiative but chairing its advisory board, the Proposition 24 campaign announced Monday.

Yang says: “The California Consumer Privacy Act was a major win for the state of California and the country, but we have to do more. »