The Daily Populous

Friday February 10th, 2023 night edition

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A couple in Buffalo, New York, reunited recently with the man they saved in a blizzard.

Since we first reported the story of White's rescue, New York Gov. Kathy Hochul honored Aughtry.

She and Alls — and two of the men who helped get Joey to the hospital — were also treated to tickets to a Buffalo Bills playoff game.

But it all started and ended well because of Alls and Aughtry.

So, because of what they did, the NFL gifted them two tickets to the Super Bowl this Sunday in Arizona.

Now, his dream of going to the Super Bowl is a reality, and it began when he found White in the snow the morning before Christmas, begging for help.

"When Joey came and knocked on the door, it was kind of like five, six in the morning," Alls said. »

Trump Put Nearly $1 Million Of Donor Money Into His Own Pockets Since Leaving Office

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During his 2016 campaign, he established his headquarters at his own mixed-used building in Manhattan, turning un-rented office space into cash.

Trump’s New York City hotel received $336,218 in Trump committee money, and Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, where Trump also lives during the winter months, received $137,272.

Trump began aggressively raising money for Save America shortly after losing his re-election bid in 2020. »

Shell’s board of directors sued over ‘flawed’ climate strategy in first-of-its-kind lawsuit

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Shell’s board of directors are being personally sued over their alleged failure to properly manage risks associated with the climate crisis.

Environmental law charity ClientEarth, which filed the lawsuit, says it is the first case in the world that looks to hold corporate directors personally responsible for failing to prepare for the energy transition.

ClientEarth filed the first of its kind climate case at the High Court of England and Wales in its capacity as a shareholder. »

Record-breaking egg profits prompt accusation of price gouging

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A farmer-advocacy organization says record-breaking increases in the price of eggs isn’t being caused by inflation or avian flu, as claimed by egg companies, but by price collusion among the nation’s top egg producers.

The average price of a dozen eggs jumped from $1.79 in December 2021 to $4.25 in December 2022.

The avian flu outbreak in 2015 was deadlier but did not produce price spikes as high as those seen in 2022. »

American Cars Are Getting Too Big For Parking Spaces

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This approach to designing parking spaces has historically served the parking industry well, ensuring space sizes accommodate the vast majority of American cars and leaving about 20 inches of space for people to open their doors and maneuver on either side.

Increasingly, cars are too big for parking spaces, especially in parking garages and other paid parking lots where developers pay close attention to space size.

While there is no uniform law covering all of the U.S.’s parking spaces, there are design standards that are relatively consistent across the country. »