The Daily Populous

Sunday July 11st, 2021 morning edition

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Chris Brown's dog allegedly attacked a housekeeper and no one came to her side despite the worker "screaming in terror and calling out for help," according to a Los Angeles lawsuit.

The lawsuit did not specify how much in damages the housekeeper is seeking.

"She is screaming in terror and calling out for help, yet no one came to her assistance," according to Doumanian.

Hades was euthanized by Humboldt County authorities on Dec. 23, according to the housekeeper's lawsuit.

The dog was microchipped to a home on Citrus Ridge Drive in Tarzana, though the house number was redacted.

That dog, identified as Hades by Humboldt County sheriff's records, was euthanized on Dec. 24, because it was aggressive and unsuitable for adoption after its owner surrendered it, records showed.

The euthanized dog was involved in a Dec. 12 attack "with serious injuries" in Los Angeles, according to Humboldt County records. »

A 7-point-plan to reinstate Donald Trump as president 'in days, not years' was handed out at CPAC

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Attendees of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas have been handed cards outlining a 7-point-plan to reinstate Donald Trump as president 'in days, not years.

Donald Trump as Speaker would then call for a vote to impeach, charge, and remove "imposters" President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.

Other speakers include Donald Trump Jr. and other Trump allies such as former Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf and Rep. Madison Cawthorn of North Carolina. »

Matt Damon Passed on Avatar Despite Being Offered 10% Of Profits

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Jason Bourne star Matt Damon turned down the lead role of James Cameron’s sci-fi film Avatar due to scheduling conflicts and passed on a staggering amount of money.

During his Cannes Film Festival masterclass, Damon discussed declining Cameron’s offer to play the lead role in the 2009 blockbuster despite the generous money offer he would have received.

“I was offered a little movie called Avatar, James Cameron offered me 10% of it,” says Damon. »

Biden’s executive order puts net neutrality back in the spotlight

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The prior administration’s FCC and FTC rolled back Obama-era rules in those areas, and now there is a clear agenda to restore them.

(i) adopting through appropriate rulemaking “Net Neutrality” rules similar to those previously adopted under title II of the Communications Act of 1934 (Public Law 73-416, 48 Stat.

The FCC has also been asked to start the process of requiring ISPs to regularly report their prices to the FCC to help “improve price transparency and market functioning.” »

Majority of Brazilians support impeaching Bolsonaro, poll shows

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RIO DE JANEIRO, July 10 (Reuters) - For the first time, a majority of Brazilians support impeaching President Jair Bolsonaro, according to a poll released on Saturday, as serious graft allegations related to vaccine procurement hit the right-wing leader's already battered image.

According to the survey by Datafolha, 54% of Brazilians support a proposed move by the country's lower house to open impeachment proceedings against Bolsonaro, while 42% oppose it.

In a separate Datafolha poll, released on Thursday, 51% of Brazilians said they disapproved of Bolsonaro, the highest figure since he took office in January 2019. »