The Daily Populous

Tuesday September 13rd, 2022 night edition

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Then he'd say some random crap he thought was more advantageous to him.

The main way to combat this, it seems, is to ask the same question over and over.

We saw it with Paula Reid of CBS, again on COVID, in the White House Press Briefing Room.

And we got a dose of it again this month, first with an interview Jared Kushner did to promote his book on Sky News.

But for now we'll just observe that, when repeatedly asked why Trump had a bunch of top-secret documents in his Mar-a-Lago basement, Kushner had no answer.

Franken broke down the screen by simply asking Stewart the same question, over and over: When did this happen before?

Jack Holmes Senior Staff Writer Jack Holmes is a senior staff writer at Esquire, where he covers politics and sports. »

French charity stream Z Event raises record-breaking $10.3 million for environmental organizations

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Z Event, the biggest charity stream event in Europe, broke a record last night.

In fewer than three days, it raised over €10.1 million ($10.3 million) for five environmental nonprofit associations: WWF France, Sea Shepherd France, The SeaCleaners, Time for the planet, and biodiversity association LPO.

Since its creation, the event has been breaking records at every event. »

Largest private-sector nurses strike in U.S. history begins in Minnesota

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About 15,000 nurses in Minnesota walked off the job Monday to protest understaffing and overwork — marking the largest strike of private-sector nurses in U.S. history.

The Minnesota Nurses Association, the nurses union, said hospital administrators have continued to “refuse solutions” on understaffing and safety in contract negotiations.

In Minnesota, the Minnesota Nurses Association recorded a 300 percent increase in nurses’ reports of unsafe staffing levels on their shifts since 2014, up to 7,857 reports in 2021. »

Swimmer finds wedding ring lost in channel 17 years earlier

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Noel Nissen's wedding ring was found by a swimmer in British Columbia's Penticton Channel 17 years after he lost it in the water.

Photo by tung256/ Sept. 9 (UPI) -- A swimmer in a British Columbia channel found a ring that hade been dropped into the water by a man 17 years earlier.

Nissen said he had lost his wedding ring in the channel 17 years earlier. »

Ubisoft clears up confusion over listing which claimed Assassin's Creed Mirage had "real gambling"

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"Following the announcement of Assassin's Creed Mirage during Ubisoft Forward, some store pages mistakenly displayed the game for preorders with an Adults Only ESRB rating," a Ubisoft spokesperson told Eurogamer.

"While Assassin's Creed Mirage is still pending rating, Ubisoft wants to reassure players that no real gambling or lootboxes are present in the game.".

Eurogamer has a full Assassin's Creed Mirage preview with much more on what to expect. »