Schools shutting down again, the price of used cars, and what cable news seems to agree on

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(NewsNation Now) — Some school districts are closing over COVID-19 again, but what does the science say? Sharon McKeeman, founder of Let Them Breathe, and Stephanie Edmonds, who’s been fighting pandemic restrictions in New York City schools, state their cases.

RealClearPolitics’ Philip Wegmann examines the chances of progressive Democrats mounting a primary challenge to President Joe Biden in 2024.

Tom Maoli, who owns car dealerships in New Jersey, explains what direction the price of used cars will head after they reached an average of $29,000.

Mediaite’s Colby Hall dives into the alarm bells going off on left- and right-leaning cable news channels about what they’re portraying as threats to American democracy.

Financial analyst Emil Michael discusses the disconnect between a booming stock market and polls that show most Americans feel the economy is in bad shape.

A survey says fewer than 5% of Latinos refer to themselves as “Latinx” and many want the phrase removed from public discourse. Former Democratic spokesperson Jose Aristimuno weighs in.

Finally, we offer a look at how journalism helped unveil the fraud Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes was committing.

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