The Daily Populous

Sunday May 15th, 2022 morning edition

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At least 10 people are dead and another three wounded after a mass shooting at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, that authorities said was a "racially motivated hate crime.".

The guard shot and struck the suspect, but without effect due to the body armor, police said.

Four of the shooting victims were store employees, while the rest were customers, authorities said.

The Buffalo police officer working security was among those killed, according to a law enforcement official.

The scene is no longer active and no other suspects are outstanding, a law enforcement official said.

Early indications are the shooter may have possessed extremist beliefs cultivated online, law enforcement sources told ABC News.

"Like too many communities in our nation, we've been impacted by the horror [of] a mass shooting. »

Obama says he is 'proud' of abortion-rights protesters, encourages Americans to 'join a march near you'

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Obama's call for voter participation comes after the Senate failed to advance a bill that would enshrine abortion rights in federal law.

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Former President Barack Obama applauded abortion rights protesters on Saturday and called for more people to engage in activism. »

Marvel’s Midnight Suns Gets Another 16+ Rating Detailing Violent and Sexual Content

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Marvel’s Midnight Suns has been given a rating in Singapore and the rating description has outlined all the violent and sexual content in the game.

In their description, the rating board has provided a general outline of the story as well as the mature content that is included in the game.

‘Marvel’s Midnight Suns’ is a turn-based, strategy roleplaying game set in the Marvel universe. »

Marjorie Taylor Greene and Thomas Massie have voted against almost every single bill passed by the House to counter Russia's invasion of Ukraine

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Greene and Massie have voted against almost every bill passed in response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

The only bill Greene voted for was a non-binding resolution expressing support for the people of Ukraine.

Republican Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia and Thomas Massie of Kentucky have voted against nearly every single bill passed in response to Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, according to a review by Insider of recent House roll call votes. »