FULL SHOW: US says Ghislaine Maxwell a flight risk
Ghislaine Maxwell, alleged to have helped now-deceased sex offender Jeffrey Epstein exploit minors, pleaded not guilty when she was arraigned through a video call Tuesday at a federal court in New York City. RT America’s John Huddy reports. Meanwhile, Russia has started construction on what it calls the world's largest nuclear icebreaker. The shipping vessel is being built in Russia's far east and is expected to help the country gain an essential foothold in the Arctic region. RT's Yulia Shapovalova has the details. Remittances, monies earned by migrants that are sent to their home countries, are projected to decrease by one fifth this year because of the novel coronavirus pandemic, according to Pew Research. “Boom Bust” co-host Ben Swann breaks it down. Plus, an execution this morning in Indiana marked the return of federal executions after a 17-year moratorium. Scottie Nell Hughes, host of “News.Views.Hughes,” breaks down how this may affect the election.