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Analyst: White House ‘high-fiving’ botched explanation of gaffe | Dan Abrams Live

During a White House conference on hunger, nutrition and health this week, President Joe Biden asked “Where’s Jackie?” referencing Rep. Jackie Walorski, who died in a car crash earlier this year. Press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre tried to explain the gaffe by saying Walorski was “top of mind” for Biden when he spoke. Democratic strategist Steven Maviglio said the White House was probably "high-fiving" Pierre’s confounding explanation because it put the focus on her instead of Biden. #Biden #WhiteHouse #politics

Analyst: White House ‘high-fiving’ botched explanation of gaffe | Dan Abrams Live

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During a White House conference on hunger, nutrition and health this week, President Joe Biden asked “Where’s Jackie?” referencing Rep. Jackie Walorski, who died in a car crash earlier this year. Press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre tried to explain the gaffe by saying Walorski was “top of mind” for Biden when he spoke. Democratic strategist Steven Maviglio said the White House was probably "high-fiving" Pierre’s confounding explanation because it put the focus on her instead of Biden. #Biden #WhiteHouse #politics

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When first reporting on Shroom House on Thursday, there were only a few customers coming and going.

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Full interview: Mother of slain Idaho student speaks for the first time | Banfield

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Cara Denise Northington, the mother of Idaho murder victim Xana Kernodle, tells NewsNation's Ashleigh Banfield that police haven't been helpful and that she needs more answers. "There is so much more that can be done that has not been done," Northington said. #idahofour #moscow

Complaints grow over size of entertainment venue seats | Rush Hour

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Lack of accommodating seats for plus-sized movie-goers may be a contributor to the movie theatre industry's attendance problem, Mashable reports.

At least 2.8 million adults die each year due to obesity, as nearly a third of the world’s population is either overweight or obese. But while obesity numbers continue to grow, movie theatres — and all entertainment seating in general, for that matter — have largely remained the same.

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Obesity, diet culture and the body positivity movement | On Balance

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NewsNation's Leland Vittert questions whether the body positivity movement has something to do with the fact that nearly a third of the world’s population is either overweight or obese. Certified health coach Carrie Lupoli says the problem stems from Americans associating personal value with size. #bodypositivity #obesity #dietculture

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IL lawmakers pass SAFE-T Act changes

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