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Meredith Lindsay is a news writer at Quilland Arrow Press, where she covers politics, health, business, parenting, and finance. She is also an avid reader and loves to write about books.

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Midterms voting

The markets are in trouble That won’t change despite the results of the election

The agenda for the next Congress will be determined by Tuesday’s midterm election results. This could lead to changes in fiscal policy. Fiscal policy uses taxes and government spending as a way to influence the economy of a country. This election is not something investors should be concerned about when it comes down to the …

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The shop owner who sold the winning Powerball ticket is now a millionaire

After selling the winning Powerball ticket, Joe’s Service Center, Altadena, California’s owner, became a millionaire. California Lottery officials presented the check at Joe Chahayed’s gas station to his sons Joe Jr., and Danny. It was raining outside. Chahayed claimed that lottery officials were waiting to meet him when he opened the shop this morning. He …

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Herschel Walker

GOP boosts Walker in the runoff amid calls for Trump to be stopped from Georgia

Wednesday’s pledge by the head of the Senate Republican campaign committee was to raise as much money as possible and launch an advertising campaign this week in support of Herschel Walker’s Georgia runoff against Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock. However, Sen. Rick Scott from Florida will not weigh in on one aspect: whether ex-President Donald Trump …

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World health organization building

WHO reports a 90% decrease in COVID-19-related deaths worldwide since February

On Wednesday, the World Health Organization chief said that a drop of nearly 90% in COVID-19 deaths worldwide compared to nine years ago is “cause to be optimistic,” but urged caution against the spread of variants. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director General, stated that over 9,400 deaths due to coronavirus had been reported to WHO last …

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McMurdo station

After COVID epidemic infects 98, US Antarctica research station halts travel

A COVID-19 epidemic has struck a U.S. Antarctica station, despite it being located in one of the most remote parts of the globe. According to McMurdo Station, the largest continent-wide base, the National Science Foundation has confirmed that at least 98 of the 993 workers have tested positive for HIV/AIDS since October 1st. 64 of …

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Ron Johnson

Ron Johnson defeats Mandela Barnes in Wisconsin Senate race

GOP Senator Ron Johnson won a re-election bid to a third term in Wisconsin. He narrowly defeated Democrat Mandela Barnes. Johnson stated that the votes were in an email statement, which was published before other news outlets had made the call. “There is no mathematical path for Lt. Governor. Barnes will overcome his deficit of …

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Kristi Noem

So much relief’: South Dakota voters pass Medicaid expansion

On Tuesday, South Dakotans voted in favor of expanding Medicaid under the Affordable Health Care Act. This will provide healthcare access for tens of thousands of people who are poor and discredits any attempts by the state GOP to stop the effort. The successful ballot initiative, which received 56% of the vote should ensure that …

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Flu vaccine

As other viruses spread, the US flu season is off to a quick start

The U.S. flu season has started unusually quickly, adding to the autumn mix of viruses filling hospitals and waiting rooms. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, flu reports are already rising in 17 states. The hospitalization rate is also at an all-time high since the 2009 swine influenza pandemic. There have been …

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Sean Patrick Maloney

New York: House Democrats’ chief loses the re-election race for its campaigns

New York Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney was the head of the House Democrats’ campaign arm, responsible for protecting vulnerable incumbents within his party. He lost his re-election election to Republican Mike Lawler. Maloney admitted the race to Lawler in a telephone call earlier Wednesday, a spokesperson from Maloney’s campaign stated. Maloney’s defeat is symbolic of …

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