(NewsNation Now) — Vaccine mandates are still a third rail in American discourse, but they may be coming to a school near you. Arne Duncan, former President Barack Obama’s education secretary, weighs in on whether they’re needed in classrooms.
The co-founder of Black Lives Matter Greater New York is threatening riots if Mayor-Elect Eric Adams institutes an undercover anti-gun unit. Retired New York Police Department Detective Tom Ruskin reacts.
NewsNation’s Evan Lambert explains the indictment against Donald Trump ally Steve Bannon.
Criminal defense attorney Trent Copeland explains what’s next in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial.
The U.S. government says every American in Afghanistan has been offered a way out. Former White House counsel Jamil Jaffer weighs in.
Brandon Trosclair owns 15 supermarkets in Louisiana and Mississippi. He explains why he’s fighting against the OSHA vaccine mandate.
The White House is continuing to downplay the long-term severity of inflation. Author Carol Roth offers her expertise.
There is another shortage to worry about — there may not be as many Santa Clauses as we’re used to this year. Susen Mesco, founder and director of the Professional Santa School, shares what she’s been seeing.
- Nick Cannon says his 5-month-old son has died from brain tumor
- More Americans living alone as milestones slip to later in life
- Cookie-flavored wine coming soon from Oreo, Barefoot Wine
- Amazon Web Services are down, taking huge parts of internet offline
- Plant-based COVID vaccine shows ‘positive efficacy and safety results,’ developers say
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