CHICAGO (NewsNation Now) — The show begins with breaking developments in the Gabby Petito case as a Wyoming coroner confirmed it was her body that was discovered Sunday.
Retired FBI agent Kenneth Gray and attorney Arthur Aidala discusses how Tuesday’s developments change the investigation.
NewsNation’s Markie Martin discusses the blowback the Biden administration is getting after photos of Border Patrol agents dealing with Haitian migrants went viral.
Dr. Robi Ludwig and Insider’s William Antonelli discuss a report that Apple is confident its phone could one day diagnose depression and even cognitive decline.
Former Democratic congressional press secretary Rochelle Ritchie talks about Black Lives Matter’s issue with New York City’s vaccine requirements.
UBS financial advisor Tracy Byrnes and author Dan Geltrude discuss a New York Times report about financial titans getting jobs in government, writing the tax code to their clients’ benefit and then returning to the private sector.
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