The Daily Populous

Wednesday January 4th, 2023 evening edition

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Today, wild plants and animals are running out of places to live.

The scientists you're about to meet say the Earth is suffering a crisis of mass extinction on a scale unseen since the dinosaurs.

He remembers propellers churning the water off blaine, washington and cranes straining for the state's 200 million dollar annual catch.

Here, the vanishing wild scuttled a way of life that began with native tribes a 1,000 years ago.

A World Wildlife Fund study says that in the past 50 years, the abundance of global wildlife has collapsed 69%, mostly for the same reason.

Liz Hadly: No. Tony Barnosky: I would say it is too much to say that we're killing the planet, because the planet's gonna be fine.

Today, if the science is right, humanity may have to survive a sixth mass extinction in a world of its own making. »

Rep.-elect George Santos admitted to using stolen checks in Brazil in 2008, documents show

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Republican Rep.-elect George Santos admitted to stealing a man’s checkbook that was in his mother’s possession to purchase clothing and shoes in 2008, according to documents obtained by CNN.

The admission came in a statement Santos gave to police in 2010, according to 150 pages worth of case documents.

Santos used stolen checks to make purchases at a shop in Niterói, a city outside of Rio de Janeiro on June 17, 2008, according to court documents. »

Netanyahu Unbound: Israel Gets Its Most Right-Wing Government in History

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Netanyahu may ultimately be forced to moderate some of his autocratic and ideologically extreme behavior to cater to international audiences.

Netanyahu has always shown two faces, the ideological radical and the reasonable pragmatist, adapting his preferred image to the political and international circumstances.

As he formed his new government, Netanyahu tried to distance himself from his ultra-Orthodox, racist, and homophobic partners. »

Southwest Airlines is sued for not providing refunds after meltdown

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NEW YORK, Jan 3 (Reuters) - Southwest Airlines (LUV.N) has been sued by a passenger who said it failed to provide refunds to passengers left stranded when an operational meltdown led the carrier to cancel more than 15,000 flights late last month.

Capdeville, a Marrero, Louisiana resident, is seeking damages for passengers on Southwest flights canceled since Dec. 24, and who did not receive refunds or expense reimbursements.

The case is Capdeville v Southwest Airlines Co, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Louisiana, No. 22-05590. »