The Daily Populous

Friday September 2nd, 2022 day edition

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The president assailed "MAGA Republicans," who he said are determined to take the country backwards.

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Biden delivered his remarks from the Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia at 8 p.m.

Biden went off-script at one point to describe "darkness like you're hearing in that bullhorn," referring to protests outside the hall.

"There's no place for political violence in America," he said to applause from the crowd.

The president ended his speech by encouraging people to "vote, vote, vote," and made mention of doing "our duty" in 2022 and beyond.

The three primary broadcasting networks chose not to carry his speech, opting to show their regular-scheduled programming instead. »

Bed Bath & Beyond closing 150 stores, laying off 20% of staff

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"The Company has identified and commenced the closure of approximately 150 lower-producing Bed Bath & Beyond banner stores," Bed Bath & Beyond stated in a news release.

Bed Bath & Beyond has 20 locations in Massachusetts and eight in New Hampshire, according to its website.

Bed Bath & Beyond told CNN that any changes in store temperature guidelines did not come from corporate. »

White House Bans Paywalls on Taxpayer-Funded Research

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In short: If we the people paid for the research, you the company don’t get to refuse us access to it.

The taxpayers fund $5 billion a year in cancer research every year, but once it’s published, nearly all of that taxpayer-funded research sits behind walls.

Similarly, kicking open the paywall door ensures access to precisely the research that already got government funding because it was in the public interest. »

Halo Infinite's Split-Screen Co-Op Has Been Canceled, As Studio Focuses On Live Service

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The studio confirmed today that it has canceled local campaign co-op for Halo Infinite because it is choosing to allocate development resources elsewhere.

343's developers will focus on Halo Infinite's live service, and not on local couch co-op.

Especially so because 343's Bonnie Ross confirmed years ago that all future Halo FPS games would offer local couch co-op after Halo 5: Guardians dropped the feature. »