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The News with Rick Sanchez - March 22, 2019 (15:00 ET)

Watch Russian Jets scramble to push away B-52

Thrilling video has emerged of Russian and NATO planes playing cat and mouse in the Arctic. Rick Sanchez examines the increasing trend of foreign military jets encroaching on Russia’s borders and provoking aerial confrontation. Then former US diplomat Jim Jatras joins to discuss what the trend says about relations between Moscow and the West.

SCOTUS: DC sniper too young for life sentence

RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to report on the case of “DC sniper” John Allen Muhammad's accomplice Lee Boyd Malvo. While he was sentenced to life in prison for his role in Muhammad’s crimes, the fact that Malvo was 17 years old at the time led the Supreme Court to agree to hear his appeal.

Why did NATO bomb Yugoslavia?

RT America’s Alex Mihailovich joins Rick Sanchez to discuss his new special report, “Hellbent: 78 Days of Bombing Yugoslavia,” about the NATO bombing campaign in 1999 that devastated the country and the repercussions of which can be felt to this day.