Justin Boggs, 23ABC News

Justin Boggs

23ABC News

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Past articles by J. Justin:

Lunchables could soon appear on school lunch menus

Kraft Heinz is creating special versions of two Lunchables varieties that will meet federal school lunch standards. → Read More

Inflation cools in February, but food and shelter costs still high

The inflation rate continues to subside some, but the cost of food and shelter remains stubbornly high. → Read More

Biden reveals President Carter asked him to deliver eulogy

Their relationship dates back to the '70s when then Sen. Joe Biden endorsed Carter for president in 1976. → Read More

Betting on March Madness expected to quintuple in 2023

Betting on NCAA's March Madness has always been a popular pastime, but with the expansion of legalized betting, it could explode in 2023. → Read More

Daylight Saving Time 2023: Why Arizona doesn't observe Daylight Saving

March 12, 2023, marks the start of Daylight Saving Time for most of the United States. But unlike almost everywhere else, Arizona doesn't observe DST and hasn't done so for about the last 40 years. → Read More

Unemployment rate increases as Fed continues to fight inflation

The unemployment rate remains relatively low, but the small bump could be a sign that high interest rates are slowing the economy. → Read More

Biden’s 2024 budget includes increasing child tax credit

President Joe Biden's proposed budget would heavily impact parents, but could also cause higher taxes for the wealthy. → Read More

National Park Service highlights women's history locations

The National Park Service has highlighted a dozen locations throughout the U.S. that feature historic women. → Read More

Norfolk Southern CEO to face Senate questioning following derailment

CEO Alan Shaw will be among the officials to be questioned by senators Thursday, nearly five weeks after the derailment in a small Ohio town. → Read More

House Republicans to hold hearing on 2021 US exit from Afghanistan

House Republicans have demanded more answers from the Biden administration about the turbulent removal of troops from Afghanistan in August 2021. → Read More

Biden wants to raise Medicare taxes for some Americans

Most Americans split a 2.9% Medicare tax with their employer. Under President Biden's plan, some Americans could pay up to 5%. → Read More

Fed chair faces Senate questioning as interest rates at 15-year high

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell will likely answer many questions about the future of inflation, interest rates and a potential recession. → Read More

Norfolk Southern issues safety plan after East Palestine derailment

Norfolk Southern says its plan is based on the NTSB's report that found the train's bearing temperature reached a critical level. → Read More

Gary Rossington, last original member of Lynyrd Skynyrd, dead at 71

Lynyrd Skynyrd was founded in 1964. The band will continue touring this summer with dozens of shows throughout the U.S. → Read More

Obesity in 2035 could be just as costly as COVID in 2020

The global cost of obesity is expected to be in the trillions of dollars as obesity rates in the U.S. and worldwide skyrocket. → Read More

Sorry, but those Friday fish fries generally aren't very healthy, expert says

Although the act of frying fish can add hundreds of calories to a dish, an expert doesn't discourage people from supporting local fish fries. → Read More

Walgreens warned by states not to distribute abortion pills

Twenty states with Republican attorneys general told major pharmacy chains that it is illegal in their states to distribute abortion pills. → Read More

Is now the time? Senators want to keep daylight saving time year-round

A bipartisan group of senators has reintroduced legislation that would end the practice of changing clocks twice a year. → Read More

Senate to question Norfolk Southern CEO on East Palestine derailment

The hearing comes as senators introduce legislation that would strengthen regulations on the rail industry and stiffen punishments. → Read More

Experts say doing these 5 exercises 11 minutes a day may save your life

Scientists say the exercise does not have to be vigorous. They give five examples of exercises you can do to fend off cancer and heart disease. → Read More