The Daily Populous

Tuesday October 25th, 2022 morning edition

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November’s midterm elections are likely to shift the political landscape and impact what President Biden can accomplish during the remainder of his first term.

Voters in more than half of the states will need to register before Election Day to cast a ballot.

The midterm elections determine control of Congress: The party that has the House or Senate majority gets to organize the chamber and decide what legislation Congress considers.

Every seat in the House and a third of the seats in the 100-member Senate are up for election.

Dozens of House members have already announced they will be retiring from Congress instead of seeking reelection.

Answer a few questions and we will curate a personalized list of stories, explainers and graphics to prepare you to vote in the midterm elections on Nov. 8. »

Mary Trump Calls Donald Trump A Mass Murderer For His Handling Of Covid Pandemic

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Psychologist and author Mary Trump has accused her uncle, former President Donald Trump, of being a mass murderer for mishandling the coronavirus pandemic.

“That alone should have landed the former, whatever the fuck we want to call him, the mass murderer criminal Donald Trump in prison,” she added.

Mary Trump discussed a new report from the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis that showed how poorly the COVID-19 pandemic was handled during the Trump years. »

The cutting-edge cellular therapies aiming to ease America's organ shortage

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“Exacerbating the organ shortage problem, the donor pool is expected to shrink further because of the obesity epidemic.

Liver steatosis [aka fatty liver disease ] is increasingly common in donors and is a significant risk factor in liver transplantation.”.

Even the simple act of collecting cellular samples can quickly turn deadly if the wrong bit of organ is bisected. »

Garland announces charges against 13 Chinese spy suspects

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Attorney General Merrick Garland rolled out three different cases alleging separate schemes at a news conference Monday.

One case charges seven Chinese nationals with trying to forcefully repatriate a Chinese national.

Garland was joined by Deputy Attorney General Lisa O. Monaco; FBI Director Christopher Wray; Matthew G. Olsen, the assistant attorney general for national security; and other Justice Department officials. »

Talent agency CAA drops Ye after antisemitic posts

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Hollywood talent powerhouse Creative Artists Agency has cut ties with Kanye West, now legally known as Ye, following a series of antisemitic remarks by the artist.

The agency has officially dropped the rapper as a client, a source familiar with the matter confirmed to CBS MoneyWatch.

On Monday, film and television studio MRC Entertainment also said it would scrap a completed documentary about the rapper. »