RT America -- March 3, 2015

Netanyahu appeals for stronger US action against Iran nuke program, leaving some unimpressed

Comparing ISIS and Iran to a ‘deadly game of thrones’ in the Middle East, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made a bold plea for in front of Congress on Tuesday by railing against a potential nuclear deal with Iran. But some members of Congress are not convinced by his speech, and the Obama administration is saying that the PM offered no viable alternative to the current Iran-US nuclear negotiations. RT’s Manuel Rapalo reports from the US Capitol on the growing tensions between America and Israel, and how the speech may impact the future of the two nations.

Ferguson police profiled, arrested disproportionately black individuals – DOJ report

The Ferguson Police Department has been accused of disproportionately targeting African Americans in the city, according to a new Department of Justice report. The profiling included discriminatory ticketing and the arrest of black citizens in the city. RT Ben Swann speaks with retired DC Metro police officer Ronald E. Hampton on racial profiling in Ferguson and the larger implications between the police and black community.