The Daily Populous

Thursday August 18th, 2022 evening edition

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The Prime Minister answered media questions on Thursday after videos of her partying with Finnish celebrities spread on social media.

A similar call was made on Twitter (siirryt toiseen palveluun) by Mikko Kärnä, an MP with Marin's coalition partners the Centre Party.

Videos of the Prime Minister partying with various Finnish celebrities and public figures have spread throughout social media.

I danced, sang, and partied - perfectly legal things.

I have a family life, I have a work life and I have free time to spend with my friends.

In December last year, the Prime Minister spent a night out at a club in Helsinki, leaving her official work phone at home.

As a result, she was not informed of her exposure to Covid and continued to enjoy the evening. »

Poll: Majority of Americans Approve of Search on Mar-a-Lago for Files Trump Took

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A recent Economist/YouGov poll surveyed Americans about the issue from August 13-16, after portions of the search warrant that was executed last week Monday were unsealed.

Similarly, only 30 percent of those surveyed said they approve of Trump having taken the records after leaving office, while 52 percent said they disapproved.

Among all survey respondents, 57 percent of Americans say they disapprove of Trump taking nuclear weapons-related documents to his Mar-a-Lago estate. »

Physical buttons outperform touchscreens in new cars, test finds

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Design teams at most car manufacturers love to ditch physical buttons and switches, although they are far superior safety-wise.

One important aspect of this test is that the drivers had time to get to know the cars and their infotainment systems before the test started. »

ESPN College Basketball Analyst Dick Vitale Announces He Is Cancer-Free

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ESPN college basketball analyst Dick Vitale, whose enthusiastic game calls have been a staple of the sport for decades, announced today that he is cancer-free.

Vitale had lengthy battles with lymphoma and melanoma, forcing him off television and causing him to lose his voice at one point.

@amyuf @jksports @ESPNPR — Dick Vitale (@DickieV) April 14, 2022. »