Capitol Report (Oct. 13): Empty Shelves: Christmas Could Be Plagued by Supply Chain Crisis

White House officials warn that American consumers may face higher prices and an unfamiliar sight of empty shelves this holiday season. This due to a supply chain crisis plaguing the whole world.

With the Department of Justice mobilizing the FBI over parents’ outrage at school boards, NTD speaks to one of those parents who explains why they are outraged, and also a congresswoman who drafted a letter to the attorney general, demanding answers.

The House this week signed off to raise the national debt by nearly $500 billion. But since it’s a temporary solution, some members of Congress are proposing a change to the rules for future debt-related bills.

The governor of Texas is banning all vaccine mandates in his state. It comes as many federal and local vaccine mandates are set to go into effect across the country.

Forbes releases its annual list of the 400 richest Americans. Founders of tech companies are at the top of the list.

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