News with Ed - April 3, 2018
San Francisco shooting: 1 Dead, 4 injured
Police are looking for answers after a shooting at YouTube's headquarters just outside San Francisco leaves one dead and four injured. Natasha Sweatte is in Los Angeles with the latest.
Oklahoma teacher strike expected to continue into Wednesday
Hundreds of teachers walked out of classrooms this week demanding more funds for public schools. Last week, Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin signed-off on pay rises of 15 to 18 percent for teachers. However, many educators have not seen a raise in more than a decade and say it is not enough. Similar walkouts have been seen in Kentucky, Arizona, and West Virginia. For more, RT America’s Ed Schultz talks with Oklahoma teacher Allyson Kubat.
US proposes 25% tariffs on 1,300 Chinese products
The Trump administration has named about 1,300 Chinese exports for possible tariffs. Experts say this may add up to about $50 billion in tariffs on imports from China. This week the Chinese government placed new tariffs on a number of agricultural products, but pork producers may be the hardest hit. For more, RT America’s Ed Schultz speaks with Roger Johnson, president of the National Farmers Union.