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News. Views. Hughes - November 26, 2019 (17:00 ET)

Erdogan crossing 'red line' on S-400 – US senator

Ankara is moving ahead with testing Russian-made S-400 defense systems despite the threat of US sanctions. Sen. Christopher Van Hollen (D-Maryland) blasted Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for “crossing a red line” and “thumbing his nose” at the US and NATO. The US has already suspended Turkey from its F-35 program. RT America’s Sara Montes de Oca reports for News.Views.Hughes.

Victoria's Secret & secrets to healthy living

Lingerie giant Victoria’s Secret has canceled its annual fashion show, bowing to pressure from body positivity activists. Has our culture’s sensitivity to body image gone too far? Certified health nutritionist Troy Casey weighs in. He argues that a “basic baseline” for bodily fitness is mostly objective but that doctors and companies have begun to skew the truth for the sake of sales. He points out that healthy animals in the wild are neither obese nor emaciated on average and that humans have hope of returning to the “rhythm of nature.” Then conservative commentator Rory Reilly Topping and founder of B.A.B.E.S. in the Workplace Reese Everson discuss on News.Views.Hughes.