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9 Dec, 2021 01:26

Salacious newly-released photos offer glimpse of Ghislaine Maxwell’s life with Epstein (PHOTOS) (Full show)

As the trial continues of disgraced socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, alleged to have been instrumental in the procurement of underaged victims for the infamous pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, suggestive new photographs released by the prosecution are causing a stir and casting doubt on Maxwell's defense team, who continue to insist that she is being scapegoated and is as much a victim of Epstein than anyone. RT America's John Huddy reports on this and other latest developments in Maxwell's ongoing trial.

The State of Maine has been challenged by one family for not funding her child's education at a nearby religious school. Maine already pays for private school education when a public school isn't nearby. However, the state is taking exception to the school's religious emphasis. The case has now reached the Supreme Court. Luther Mercer, CEO of Mercer LLC, joins Scottie Nell Hughes to share his expertise.

Meanwhile, the Pope has spoken out against "watered-down secularism" and the "sacrifice" of national distinctiveness. This comes on the heels of a leaked document, nominally a work-in-progress, wherein the EU admonished member states to refrain from "assuming everyone is Christian" and to avoid explicitly Christmas-oriented language and symbolism during the holiday season. RT America's Alex Mihailovich reports.

Then RT America's Natasha Sweatte reports on Nereus, a remarkable asteroid that will soon make its periodic pass close by Earth. It is chock full of more than $4 billion in precious metals.