(NewsNation Now) — Knots in the supply chain are costing you money at the grocery store. Barbara Eastman and John Wipperfurth of Happy Foods grocery stores in Chicago share what you can expect to pay for a Thanksgiving meal. UBS financial advisor Tracy Byrnes shares what trends she’s seeing as well.
Dr. Amesh Adalja of Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security breaks down the FDA advisory panel’s endorsement of vaccines for kids.
Theatrical firearms safety expert Steve Wolf and attorney Jeff Harris, who has experience with cases on sets, give their take on the “Rust” shooting.
NewsNation’s Markie Martin breaks down a new law in Texas banning transgender athletes from competing in girls’ sports. Republican National Committee spokesperson Paris Dennard and former Democratic Congressional press secretary Rochelle Ritchie react to the law. They also weigh in on the Virginia gubernatorial race.
One hundred fifty people were arrested in a darknet drug bust. Retired FBI agent Bobby Chacon gives insight on how big an arrest this could be, and how it happened.
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