(NewsNation Now) — Grocery stores are still struggling to stock empty shelves across the country as COVID-19 continues to disrupt supply chains and the workforce. Extreme weather might also be partially to blame.
John Catsimatidis, the owner and CEO of Gristedes and D’Agostino’s supermarkets, joins “On Balance” to discuss.
President Joe Biden publicly backed getting rid of the Senate procedural rule known as the filibuster, which critics argue is used to delay and block legislation in Congress. The president also pushed for the passage of voting rights legislation during his visit to Georgia on Tuesday.
Georgia Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan, a Republican, reacts to Biden’s remarks.
A North Korean missile launch test on Monday prompted American planes across the West Coast to be grounded for several minutes due to a suspected national security concern.
Former Federal Aviation Administration official Barry Valentine visits “On Balance” to discuss how this could happen.
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Natalie Grant brought the house down with her rendition of the national anthem before Monday’s college football championship game.
The contemporary Christian singer-songwriter discusses the reaction to her performance.
Carjacking and violent crime are up in big cities across the country. Could “smart guns” shake up the industry and provide more safety?
David Katz, a former senior special agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration, gives his take.
Members of Congress from both sides of the aisle are voicing support for banning lawmakers from trading stocks out of concern they and their family members are able to do so with insider information. But no such ban has been implemented yet.
Bob Cusack, editor in chief of The Hill, sheds some light on the issue.