RT America -- June 16, 2015
Banning torture: Senate votes to end ‘enhanced interrogation’ techniques
In a 78 to 21 vote, the US Senate outlawed many forms of torture, including acts like waterboarding, mock executions and sexual humiliation in any sector of the US government. Anya Parampil speaks with human rights activist Melina Milazzo about what the vote could mean for people like detainees at Guantanamo Bay and the current field of 2016 hopefuls.
Back from Mars: Scientists complete Martian simulation
A team of six scientists have emerged from an eight-month experiment under a solar-powered dome in Hawaii, which was intended to find out how people might react to living in conditions like those on Mars. Manila Chan has more details.