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Columbine-infatuated teen found dead

Denver-area schools have been closed due to “credible threats” from a Columbine-infatuated teen named Sol Pais. The teen, who traveled to Colorado from Florida, later purchased a shotgun and ammunition. She was reportedly found dead near the base of Mount Evans due to a self-inflicted wound. RT’s Ashlee Banks has the latest. Former Pentagon official Michael Maloof sits down with RT America’s Manila Chan to break down why the State Department has designated the Iran Revolutionary Guard Corps a terrorist group. Days after the arrest of WikiLeaks founder and journalist Julian Assange, Ecuador’s president Lenin Moreno meets in Washington to complete a $4.2 billion deal with the International Monetary Fund, RT’s Dan Cohen reports. The New York Times partook in a recent experiment that took advantage of 3 live-stream cameras in central Manhattan to see just how easily they could match passers-by to public profiles and pictures. Investigative journalist Ben Swann joins In Question to unpack this. A group of scientists say we are coming close to an innovation that can merge human biology with technology and upload information to the cloud. RT’s Rachel Blevins has the story.

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