The Daily Populous

Saturday November 19th, 2022 evening edition

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McCarthy won the House Speaker nomination from his colleagues, while Scalise was voted majority leader.

Even with their threadbare House majority, Republicans doubled down this week on using their new power to investigate the Biden administration and in particular the president’s son.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Even with their threadbare House majority, Republicans doubled down this week on using their new power next year to investigate the Biden administration and, in particular, the president’s son.

The Democrats retained control of the Senate, and the GOP’s margin in the House is expected to be the slimmest majority in two decades.

“These were not voters coming to the polls because they wanted Hunter Biden investigated — far from it.

But anything the House seeks related to Hunter Biden, who is not a White House staffer, will come from his attorneys, who have declined to respond to the allegations. »

President Biden Will Sign Marijuana and Cannabidiol Research Act Into Law

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Now the White House says President Biden will soon sign it into law. H.R. 8454 passed the Senate on Wednesday and passed the House of Representatives in July.

Now, Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre tells us that President Biden will “soon sign the measure into law.”.

The full text of the Medical Marijuana and Cannabidiol Research Expansion Act can be found by clicking here. »

Thinking About the Unthinkable

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Kim would thus likely worry that any PRC intervention would pose an existential threat and will be prepared to take strong military action against the PRC.

With inferior conventional military forces, Kim would almost certainly be forced to confront the PRC with nuclear weapons to deter or defeat PRC intervention.

Analysis of the existing literature and expert interviews revealed that the DPRK's future nuclear threat towards the PRC is under examined and frequently dismissed. »

The director of Fallout New Vegas would be open to working on the series again

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Fallout New Vegas director Josh Sawyer has said he could see himself working on the series again in the future.

During an interview with Kinda Funny Games, Obsidian’s design director was asked about his experience making 2010’s Fallout spin-off New Vegas and whether he might one day return to the series.

“I love Fallout, I love the setting, I could see myself working in it again, but you know, we’ll see where the future takes me.”. »

N Korea warns of ‘all-out’ nuclear response to US ‘aggression’

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North Korea has promised to ‘resolutely react’ to US threat of nuclear weapons use with its own nuclear capabilities.

North Korea has long defended its launch of ballistic missiles as a legitimate defence against what it calls a decades-old threat from US military forces and its allies in South Korea.

Biden promised a “defensive” response to “send a clear message to North Korea” if Xi could not rein in Pyongyang. »