President Biden says the nation's wealthiest individuals and companies need to start paying their fair share of taxes. The President called this an "inflection point" for the nation and said his new economic plans will help level the playing field for working families. He is pushing Congress hard to approve a three-point-five trillion dollar spending plan that he has called vital to the future.    The stepfather of the woman who went missing while traveling cross-country with her boyfriend is taking part in the search. Gabby Petito's [[ puh-TEE-to's ]] stepfather, James Schmidt, is in Wyoming looking for any traces of Gabby. The 22-year-old's parents reported her missing Saturday after not hearing from her since late August, when the pair was believed to be at Grand Teton National Park.    Weekly jobless claims are up. The Labor Department reports 332-thousand Americans filed first-time claims for unemployment benefits last week. That's 20-thousand more than the previous week's revised total after analysts had expected to see 300-thousand claims.    Flash flooding remains a possibility along the central Gulf Coast as Post-Tropical Cyclone Nicholas moves through the area. There are flash flood watches in effect in the region. That includes southeast Louisiana, southern Mississippi and Alabama, and the Florida Panhandle.    A new obesity study shows Americans are packing on the pounds. Health officials say the coronavirus pandemic is partly at fault as people suffered job loss and food insecurity. That led many Americans to choose less expensive foods, which she says are more unhealthy.    A Missouri cave featuring ancient Indigenous artwork is carrying a more than two-million-dollar price tag. Picture Cave, which dates back more than one-thousand years, is said to have been sacred land having served as the site for ceremonies and burials. This week, it was sold for two-point-two-million dollars at auction.