The Daily Populous

Monday November 14th, 2022 evening edition

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Pence was "angered" when Trump targeted him in a tweet while Pence was barricaded in the Capitol.

He said Trump endangered him and his family with his statements that day.

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Former Vice President Mike Pence said that Donald Trump endangered him and his family on January 6, 2021, in his most scathing comments yet about that day.

When Pence was asked about this by ABC News' David Muir, there was a long silence before he said: "It angered me.".

In another excerpt cited by ABC News, Pence said: "The president's words were reckless and his actions were reckless.".

He continued by saying that Trump's comments at the rally before the riot started "endangered me and my family and everyone at the Capitol building.". »

I Took Cold Showers for a Full Year. It Was a Complete Waste of Time

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Please allow me to tell you why I've been taking nothing but cold showers for the entirety of 2022.

I stood in cold showers for five minutes at a time and emerged shivering and proud.

One study reports that by increasing the availability of endorphins and another hormone, norepinephrine, cold showers can ease symptoms of depression. »

Final Fantasy XVI Will Feature A Second Playable Character

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Final Fantasy XVI will let player assume the role of a second playable character besides the protagonist, Clive Rosfield.

During a recent interview with Final Fantasy XVI developers Naoki Yoshida, Hiroshi Takai, and Kazutoyo Maehiro, it was revealed that the game will feature a second playable character in addition to the protagonist, Clive Rosfield.

Previously, it was confirmed by Square Enix that Final Fantasy XVI will be a PS5 exclusive for six months. »

Democrats seek vote reform, gay marriage, debt ceiling in 'lame duck' Congress

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WASHINGTON, Nov 14 (Reuters) - Democrats in the U.S. Congress aim to pass bills protecting same-sex marriage, clarifying lawmakers' role in certifying presidential elections and raising the nation's debt ceiling when they return from the campaign trail on Monday.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen both signaled that addressing the nations' looming debt ceiling would be a priority during the session.

"We'll have to, again, lift the debt ceiling so that the full faith and credit of the United States is respected.". »