The Daily Populous

Tuesday October 26th, 2021 evening edition

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Biden had already rejected a request by Trump earlier this month to assert “executive privilege” over 47 documents that the House committee investigating the Capitol attack had requested from the National Archives.

“President Biden has determined that an assertion of executive privilege is not in the best interests of the United States,” Remus wrote.

“Accordingly, President Biden does not uphold the former president’s assertion of privilege.”.

The letter from Remus does suggest, however, that there are some documents that the White House does not want to release.

Then-President Donald Trump speaks to supporters on Jan. 6, 2021, as Congress prepares to certify the Electoral College votes.

In January, Trump became the first president in 232 years of U.S. elections to refuse to turn over power peacefully to his successor.

“When you catch somebody in a fraud, you’re allowed to go by very different rules,” Trump said. »

U.S.-French Deal On New Aircraft Carriers Could Mend Rift From Sub Snub

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French anger at the poorly communicated strategic snub was exacerbated by the simultaneous collapse of Australia’s $65 billion deal to buy 12 “Shortfin” Barracuda Class submarines from France.

While America is eager to address a range of maritime security challenges, France is at the early stages of an aircraft carrier recapitalization program.

And the U.S., as it works with France on its new carrier, will continue to mull the prospect of fielding smaller, lower-cost aircraft carriers. »

Extreme couponers were sent to prison in $31.8 million fraud scheme

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New York (CNN Business) The FBI is revealing new details about a $31.8 million counterfeit coupon scheme that landed a Virginia Beach couple in prison for nearly 20 years, combined.

Talens, who is considered the mastermind of the scheme, would create fake coupons with discounts "near or even over" an item's retail value.

The three-year scheme was discovered by the Coupon Information Corporation, which received a tip that someone was making and mailing fraudulent coupons. »

Viewing website HTML code is not illegal or “hacking,” prof. tells Missouri gov.

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On Thursday last week, Khan's attorney sent a litigation hold and demand letter to Parson and several state agencies.

"No statute in Missouri or on the federal level prohibits members of the general public from viewing publicly available websites or viewing the website's unencrypted source code.

No one who discovered and reported this security flaw attempted to gain unauthorized access to or 'hack' the website. »