Court: NYPD must release body cam footage

Analyzing Russian President Vladimir Putin’s state of the nation address, former Pentagon official Michael Maloof says the United States’ recent moves in withdrawing from critical weapons treaties has catalyzed the development of a new world order. Iran is calling a foul over a new Congressional report stating US officials pushed a project to share nuclear technology with Saudi Arabia. In France, Yellow Vest protests are expected to call out recent anti-Semitic attacks. US President Donald Trump's ambassador to Germany, Ric Grenell, is the administration's most senior openly gay official and he will lead a global push to decriminalize homosexuality. Authorities in the UK have revoked the British citizenship of 19-year old Shamima Begum, who left for Syria in 2015 to marry an ISIS fighter. RT America’s Trinity Chavez reports an appeals court ruled the NYPD can make body camera footage publicly available, over police union’s protests. US Customs and Border Patrol has agreed to pay $125,000 to a woman who says she was sexually assaulted by an officer at the border when she was 17. Five US citizens have been arrested among the violent protests rocking Haiti. Nick Sandmann has sued the Washington Post because he says the newspaper wrongfully targeted and bullied him for being a Covington Catholic school student who wore a red MAGA cap in a video where he is seen staring down an Indigenous elder. Burberry is apologizing for a hoodie that appears to show a noose.