News. Views. Hughes - January 31, 2019 (17:00 ET)

Relief of Iran sanctions ‘linked to Europe’s security interests’ 

Germany, France and the UK are setting up a transaction channel with Iran in a bid to thwart US sanctions and continue business with Tehran. For now, it is said to be limited to humanitarian goods only. RT America’s Sara Montes de Oca reports.

No Wall until Trump’s out of office?

Former state Representative LaDawn Jones and conservative commentator Steve Malzberg join News.Views.Hughes to discuss President Trump’s renewed push for a border wall, after Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi took a hard line against it. Is the wall “bigoted” or is it “common sense?”

BREAKTHROUGH: Thought-to-speech tech will transform lives 

Engineers at Columbia University have created a breakthrough device that they say can translate human thought into accurate and intelligible speech. Their hope is that it will be life-changing for those who’ve lost the power of speech due to injury or illness. RT America’s Trinity Chavez has the story.

Howard Schultz run: Trouble brewing for Democrats?

Scottie Nell Hughes weighs in on the presidential aspirations of former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz. Democrats are terrified that he won’t rule out a third party campaign. But are critics too quick to throw cold brew all over his plans?