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The Big Picture

  • Is a US-Iran war imminent?
    On this week’s Big Picture, RT’s Holland Cooke talks to Virginia State Senator Richard Black about tensions in Persian Gulf, and whether a war between the US and Iran is imminent. Senator Black also explains what was in his recent letter...
    Jun 22, 2019 08:10
  • The Big Picture
    The Big Picture with Holland Cooke tackles the latest in political news, debates, commentary and more. The program airs live every Friday at 1:30 PM ET, with re-runs at 7 PM and 10:30 PM EM on Friday and Mondays at 01:30 PM ET.
  • Is a US-Iran war imminent?
    Is a US-Iran war imminent?
    On this week’s Big Picture, RT’s Holland Cooke talks to Virginia State Senator Richard Black about tensions in Persian Gulf, and whether a war between the US and Iran is imminent. Senator Black also explains what was in his recent letter...
    Jun 22, 2019 08:10
  • Julian Assange facing US charges!
    Julian Assange facing US charges!
    Chris Hedges, veteran correspondent, author, and host of ‘On Contact,’ discusses the recent arrest of Julian Assange, who is currently in London facing extradition to the United States. Former Pentagon official Michael Maloof and...
    Jun 15, 2019 08:19
  • Who owns the Arctic?
    Who owns the Arctic?
    On this week’s Big Picture, RT’s Holland Cooke talks to University of Calgary Professor Rob Huebert and former Pentagon official Michael Maloof about increasing US-Russia military competition in the Arctic. For some millennials, the...
    Jun 8, 2019 07:41
  • First major opioid trial opens in Oklahoma, but will justice be served?
    First major opioid trial opens in Oklahoma, but will justice be served?
    Professor Elizabeth Chamblee Burch from the University of Georgia School of Law discusses the landmark opioids case that went to trial in Oklahoma, and whether justice will be done. As leaders of Arab and Muslim countries gather to discuss action...
    Jun 1, 2019 14:28
  • Why do Americans pay more for prescription drugs?
    Why do Americans pay more for prescription drugs?
    Why do Americans pay far more for prescription drugs than any other country? Attorney and author Stephen Sheller discusses the broken system. John Sitilides, a geopolitical strategist and consultant to the State Department, discusses the tensions...
    May 25, 2019 07:27
  • The latest on Iran, Venezuela, and China: What’s next?
    The latest on Iran, Venezuela, and China: What’s next?
    Veteran diplomat Jim Jatras and columnist and university lecturer Jeremy Kuzmarov discuss the latest on four flashpoints: Venezuela, Cuba, China, and Iran. Roberto Clack, associate director of Warehouse Workers For Justice – a worker center...
    May 18, 2019 07:04
  • Legacy media disrupted
    Legacy media disrupted
    Internet access and sports were cable’s last best hopes for survival, but soon these franchises will be imperiled, giving the viewer even more options. Holland Cooke discusses this with Luke Bouma, founder of Cord Cutters News, and Professor...
    May 11, 2019 07:21
  • The future of Venezuela & why suicides peak in the spring
    The future of Venezuela & why suicides peak in the spring
    Holland Cooke talks with Dr. Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera, professor at George Mason University, about the future of Venezuela as the UN urges all parties to exercise “maximum restraint.” Psychotherapist and author Nancy Colier talks about...
    May 4, 2019 06:59
  • NSA giving up surveillance?
    NSA giving up surveillance?
    NSA giving up surveillance? Holland Cooke talks to former NSA official and whistleblower Bill Binney about whether the agency will ever stop its controversial phone surveillance program, after public outcry and widespread technical issues. Holland...
    Apr 27, 2019 08:12
  • The biggest pill bust in American history & Navy sailors test positive for cocaine
    The biggest pill bust in American history & Navy sailors test positive for cocaine
    Seven sailors have been expelled from a British Navy submarine after testing positive for cocaine. Are sailors assigned to a submarine armed with Tomahawks fit for service? Holland discusses this Dr Harlan Ullman, former Pentagon adviser and a...
    Apr 20, 2019 08:11