Rising prices, sinking supply, ‘mother of all caravans’ and NFL and NBA issues


CHICAGO (NewsNation Now) — Shipping logistics are leaving some products scarce, and in some cases, making the items you can find more expensive than before.

Retail analyst Hitha Herzog explains whether we really need to do our holiday shopping now. NewsNation’s Nancy Loo gives an update from the Port of Los Angeles. Politico’s Steven Overly expands on his recent article detailing how the Biden administration is responding.

The “mother of all caravans” is heading north toward the U.S. border from southern Mexico, according to Border Report. Rio Grande Valley National Border Patrol Council Vice President Chris Cabrera tells us what Border Patrol agents are doing to prepare.

NewsNation’s Brian Entin gives the latest updates on the Gabby Petito case, including details from his interview with the coroner who performed her autopsy.

NewsNation’s Marni Hughes previews Wednesday night’s Missing In America story about Kierra Coles, a missing Chicago postal worker who was pregnant when she disappeared in October 2018.

The NFL is vowing not to release any of the 650,000 emails that the Jon Gruden comments came from. Former NFL defensive tackle Tank Johnson weighs in on what we know, and what could still be out there.

The Brooklyn Nets have told star guard Kyrie Irving not to report to the team until he’s vaccinated. Podcast host Dave Rubin explains why he’s on Irving’s side.

Retired Lt. Col. Scott Mann analyzes the charges against Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller, who publicly criticized the Afghanistan withdrawal while he was a member of the military.

Molly Ringwald said recently she is hesitant to show her iconic movies to her kids because of some of their themes, which some consider outdated in 2021. Radio host Rick Green and entertainment reporter Lauren Conlin weigh in.

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