The Daily Populous

Tuesday October 11st, 2022 night edition

image for Trump said former President George H.W. Bush kept secret government documents in a combination bowling alley and Chinese restaurant and should be investigated. Bush died in 2018.

He claimed George H.W. Bush stored documents at a former bowling alley turned Chinese restaurant.

Trump said many other presidents stored millions of pages of documents in warehouses, "some of them without front doors that worked.".

Trump then falsely claimed that former President George H.W. Bush, "took millions and millions of documents to a former bowling alley pieced together with what was then an old and broken Chinese restaurant.

The former President died in a Houston hospital from a blood infection in 2018 after his wife, Barbara, died months earlier.

Trump is under investigation for keeping government documents at his estate in Mar-a-Lago, which federal agents seized in August.

Michael Cohen, a former lawyer for Trump, recently said the former president held onto documents for his own personal gain.

Representatives for the George and Barbara Bush Foundation and Trump did not respond to Insider's request for comment. »

Tyson Foods to Close Chicago and Downers Grove Offices, Relocate Employees to Arkansas

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Tyson Foods will relocate around 1,000 corporate positions from the Chicago area, as well as South Dakota, to its headquarters in Springdale, Arkansas.

One of the world’s largest meat producers said Wednesday that corporate staff at its Chicago and Downers Grove, Illinois, locations and Dakota Dunes, South Dakota, office will begin relocating early next year.

The consolidation of corporate offices is intended to allow for closer collaboration and no layoffs will accompany the shift, the company said. »

Star Citizen Has Been Purchased by 1.7 Million Players; Playtime Statistics & More Revealed

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Today Star Citizen developer Cloud Imperium Games is hosting CitizenCon 2952, and the event began with a report from founder and creative director Chris Roberts.

We learn that of the over 4.1 million registered accounts, 1.7 million players have purchased the game.

In other Star Citizen news, the crowdfunding total recently passed $501 million and it’s currently sitting on $501,772,387. »

The iPhone 14 keeps calling 911 on rollercoasters

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The iPhone 14’s new Crash Detection feature, which is supposed to alert authorities when it detects you’ve been in a car accident, has an unexpected side effect: it dials 911 on rollercoasters.

Apple rolled out Crash Detection with its new iPhone 14, Watch Series 8, SE, and Ultra last month, equipping the devices with a gyroscopic sensor and high-g accelerometer trained on the impact experienced with simulated car crashes.

If the sensors detect that you’ve been in an accident, your iPhone will display an alert and call emergency services if you don’t dismiss it within 20 seconds. »