Summary of Morning News NOW Full Broadcast – November 28

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The video begins with a discussion of Cyber Monday and inflation, followed by a look at the number of delays and cancellations at airports across the country. Next, the focus shifts to the Senate runoff election in Georgia, and the controversy surrounding Donald Trump's dinner with a white supremacist. The video then looks at the ongoing protests in China and the reasons behind them, before turning to the topic of police officers quitting in droves. Finally, the video looks at the issue of food waste and how some entrepreneurs are fighting back against it.

  • 00:00:00 Cyber Monday is a big shopping day and inflation is causing prices to increase. Millions of shoppers are logging on to look for deals. Some people are compromising on their spending to save money.
  • 00:05:00 Yesterday, more than 2500 flights were delayed, with many airports in the Northeast experiencing severe weather. Overall, the number of delays is much lower than it was on Sunday, though the worst airports are still seeing a significant number of cancellations.
  • 00:10:00 The runoff election for the Senate seat in Georgia has begun, and Republicans are rallying behind Herschel Walker in hopes of a last-minute surge in votes. The control of the Senate has already been decided, but the race is still important because it determines who will be in charge of key legislation.
  • 00:15:00 NBC's Ali Vitale reports that the Republican Party is facing criticism after former President Donald Trump had dinner with a white supremacist and musician, Kanye West. Many Republicans are silent, while others are challenging Trump in 2024.
  • 00:20:00 The video clip shows various protests happening in China over the weekend, with protesters calling for President Xi Jinping to step down due to the country's strict "zero-coveted" policy. Foreign correspondent Janice Mackey Frayer discusses the reasons for the protests and what sparked them.
  • 00:25:00 Police officers in various parts of the country are choosing to quit the force, leaving many departments with serious staffing shortages. NBC News correspondent Ron Allen spoke with former officers about why they choose to turn in their badges.
  • 00:30:00 The NBC News investigation found that dangerous drugs like fentanyl are being delivered through Uber connect without the driver or even knowing about it, leading to the death of one woman. The mother of the woman who died has a warning for other parents about the risks of fentanyl.
  • 00:35:00 This video series examines how indigenous peoples are harmed by the ongoing climate crisis. The producers interviewed several native communities about their relationship to Earth and what's at stake for their culture.
  • 00:40:00 In the video, NBC News technology correspondent Jake Ward shows how some food entrepreneurs are fighting back against the perception that "perfect" produce is always available in stores. Ward interviews organic farmer Curtis Lucero about his "ugliest produce" which is also the tastiest. Ward also interviews non-profit Refed about the estimated 418 billion dollars worth of food that goes to waste every year. Finally, Ward interviews New York Jets fan Johnny Rosania about his Dad's deal to get him ice cream every time the Jets win.
  • 00:45:00 Johnny, a professional football player, is interviewed about his win against Pittsburgh. He discusses how much he loves ice cream, and mentions that he has eaten it seven times this year. The video ends with Johnny giving a thumbs up and saying goodbye to the viewers.

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