CHICAGO (NewsNation Now) — Mexican authorities detained 200 migrants, and are expecting more to arrive at the U.S. border in caravans. Plus, the U.S. is having trouble contacting children let into the country.
NewsNation’s Markie Martin breaks down what we know. Rep. Nancy Mace, R-S.C., shares what she saw at the border when she visited this week.
NewsNation’s Joe Khalil previews an exclusive look at deplorable conditions at Fort Bliss, currently holding 3,300 Afghan refugees.
At least 30 people have died in the Northeast as what’s left of Hurricane Ida leaves devastating flooding behind. NewsNation’s Tom Negovan has the latest. Philadelphia City Councilmember David Oh shares what it’s like in his city.
Rep. Mike Bost, R-Ill., discusses what’s next for the U.S. in Afghanistan after the withdrawal has ended. Navy veteran Jason Beardsley and retired military intelligence officer Tony Shaffer discuss getting Americans and allies out of the country.
Wall Street Journal reporter Heather Haddon explains why the Federal Trade Commission is looking into McDonald’s McFlurry machines. NewsNation’s Rudabeh Shabazi tries to get one herself.
Former Texas lawmaker Rick Green discusses whether it’s appropriate to say losing weight is a preventative treatment for COVID-19. Doctors say vaccines are the best tool to defend yourself against severe illness.
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