The Daily Populous

Friday December 3rd, 2021 morning edition

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Three men accused of entering a White Plains women's health care clinic to stop medical providers from performing abortions were arrested Saturday morning, according to the Westchester County District Attorney’s Office.

At All Women’s Medical clinic, three people aligned with Red Rose Rescue, an anti-abortion group, entered the clinic for over two hours, according to a Facebook post by the group.

White Plains police arrested the three men, although they were later released to appear in court in two weeks.

Teaching medicine: Doctor designs 'Mini Medical School' to hook teens on health care careers.

The three men accused of entering the facility are set to appear in White Plains City Court on Dec. 13.

The incident came ahead of the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday debating a Mississippi law that bans abortion after 15 weeks.

The case could decide how much Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision granting the right to abortion, remains intact. »

Snow in Scandinavia forces sleepover at IKEA in Denmark

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As up to 30 centimeters (12 inches) of snow fell outside, the group was trapped and forced to hygge it up and pass the night.

Public broadcaster DR showed pictures of the stranded Danes drinking beer and coffee and noshing on cinnamon rolls as they watched soccer together.

The snowstorm snarled traffic on the roads and rails across Denmark and there were temporary power cuts in some places. »

After 16 years of rule, Angela Merkel says goodbye with Nina Hagen song

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"Sixteen years as chancellor of Germany were full of events, often very challenging — politically and as a human being," she said.

Multiple crises have shown the importance of international cooperation while tackling the challenges that face the world, she said.

She also remarked that she would like to encourage people to "continue to see the world through the eyes of others. »

How Migrants Got Weaponized

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The migrants in question were not from Belarus or even from surrounding countries but largely from Iraq and Kurdistan.

During the standoff, at least ten migrants died of exposure, including a one-year-old Syrian child.

Far from an anomaly, the Belarus case is simply the next stage in the weaponization of migrants. »

Tom Cotton Admits Trump, Not Biden, Caused Inflation

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But Republican senator Tom Cotton has a completely different theory: He blames inflation on Donald Trump’s poor selection to lead the Federal Reserve.

Cotton doesn’t like the trade-off, taking the position that keeping inflation low is the only objective of monetary policy.

But whatever your position on the merits of the Trump-Powell interest-rate regime, Cotton is telling us that inflation levels are Trump’s fault, not Biden’s. »