CHICAGO (NewsNation Now) — Facing multiple crises at home and abroad, Democrats may be in for a long September.
U.S. Rep. Darrell Issa discusses the story of one American woman trapped behind enemy lines desperate to get out of Afghanistan.
Pablo Manriquez talks about the “cradle to the grave” tax policies coming from Democrats.
A new ad from former President Donald Trump’s political action committee is trying to capitalize on President Joe Biden’s Afghanistan withdrawal. Politico writer Meredith McGraw talks Trump’s 2024 plans.
NewsNation’s Markie Martin stops by to talk about Texas’ new voting law.
Former Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker explains what it’s like to win a recall election, and what California Gov. Gavin Newsom is going through.
An Australian state is debuting an app that uses facial recognition and location technology to confirm someone is quarantining as they’ve been instructed. Australian public affairs expert Evan Mulholland explains how it works and what the reaction’s been.
China may be perfecting drone technology that would allow pilotless aircraft to fly at five times the speed of sound. Dr. Rebecca Grant explains the concept and what it means for American security.
Watch On Balance with Leland Vittert weeknights at 8/7c.
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