(NewsNation Now) — The defense rested in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, and the judge said the Jury could start deliberating by Monday. NewsNation’s Ashleigh Banfield lends her legal expertise to the case. Defense attorneys Julius Kim and Jonna Spilbor also weigh in.
China leaders say they’re willing to work with the U.S. to reduce carbon emissions, but how would that work in the broader context of the tensions between the countries? Radio host Erick Erickson discusses.
The Hill’s Hanna Trudo explains the growing rift in the Democratic Party.
Arizona Rep. Andy Biggs shares his message for fellow Republicans who vote with Democrats.
Wisconsin radio host Dan O’Donnell offers his thoughts on the Rittenhouse trial.
NewsNation’s Kellie Meyer has the latest on the government’s efforts to help veterans who were poisoned by burn pits.
Podcast host Erich Mancow Muller talks about an invasive species of spider, the Joro, that’s expanding its territory in Georgia and could continue spreading.
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