The Daily Populous

Tuesday March 21st, 2023 evening edition

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A Fox News producer on Monday filed a pair of explosive lawsuits against the right-wing talk channel, alleging that the network’s lawyers coerced her into providing misleading testimony in Dominion Voting Systems’ $1.6 billion defamation case against the company.

Fox had filed for a restraining order against Grossberg Monday but dropped its lawsuit Tuesday.

Spokespeople for Fox News did not immediately respond to requests for comment on Tuesday after the network moved to drop its suit against Grossberg.

But the attorneys representing the Fox News producer issued a statement celebrating the network’s retreat.

In a phone interview Monday night, Grossberg and Filippatos, disputed Fox News’ assertion the complaints only came after a critical performance review.

“It’s another example of Fox News not only shying away from the truth, but attempting to bury the truth,” Filippatos told CNN.

In her lawsuits, Grossberg also made a number of eye-popping allegations about the workplace environment at Fox News, accusing the network of rampant sexism. »

Donald Trump bizarrely claimed that his phone got hacked by the 'radical left' when he dialed into an evening prayer session with Roger Stone and Michael Flynn

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Donald Trump claimed left-wing forces interrupted his prayer call with Roger Stone and Michael Flynn.

The "Pastors For Trump National Prayer Call," held on Monday invited guests like Trump ally Roger Stone and retired Gen. Michael Flynn, a Trump-era national security adviser, and Trump himself.

Flynn claimed during the prayer call on Monday that Trump is saving the country from going along a "godless path.". »

Explosions destroy Russian cruise missile shipment in Crimea

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The report notes that Kalibr missiles are launched by Russian Black Sea Fleet ships, capable of reaching any target across Ukraine.

On March 20, local Telegram channels reported a series of explosions and gunfire in Dzhankoi, posting video footage of large blasts occurring in the vicinity of the local railway station.

Russian occupational “authorities” announced that "air defense is working " and that some "wreckage" ostensibly "damaged a household and a store." »

Finland ranked the happiest country for 6th year

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Finland is now ranked the happiest country in the world — for the sixth time in a row — according to the World Happiness Report released by the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network on Monday.

The report noted governments can now, potentially, measure happiness as a way to achieve better well-being and higher happiness levels for its residents.

The report said the 10 happiest countries in the world are Finland, Denmark, Iceland, Israel, Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, Luxembourg and New Zealand. »

29-year-old woman who enrolled in New Brunswick High School says she knows she 'made a mistake'

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29-year-old woman who enrolled in New Brunswick High School says she knows she 'made a mistake'.

NEW BRUNSWICK, New Jersey (WABC) -- Hyejeong Shin, 29, lasted just a week, faking it as a new student at New Brunswick High School before the school discovered her birth certificate was fake.

Shin's ruse earned her a grand jury indictment and a third-degree offense for false documents and hindering her own prosecution. »