New telescope to solve mysteries of the Universe
The world's largest and most powerful space telescope rocketed away to detect light from the first stars and galaxies and scour the universe for hints of life. How's the mission going? RT America's John Huddy has the details. Then Harvard's Professor Avi Loeb explains the importance of this historic moment.
The jury in the Elizabeth Holmes fraud case enteres it's fifth day of deliberations. The founder and CEO of the company Theranos, a failed blood testing start-up, is accused of lying about the company’s technology duping investors. RT America’s Alex Mihailovich has the story. Then Lionel of Lionel media shares his insights on this infamous trial.
United States and Russia will hold much-anticipated talks in January.
A White House official made the announcement on Tuesday saying the two world powers will discuss everything from nuclear arms control to mounting tensions over Ukraine. Professor of history at American University Peter Kuznick joins Faran Fronczak to share his thoughts on the issue.
And finally RT America's Trinity Chavez reports on the ongoing travel nightmare being blamed on the new omicron variant. A shortage of pilots, flight attendants and other aviation personnel, due to reported illness, is leading to mass flight cancellations. Meanwhile many Americans are spending their holiday in long testing lines as hospitals again are filling up with COVID patients.