Russian & US warships converge in Red Sea (Full show)
US and Russian warships docked in Port Sudan on the Red Sea coast just a day apart from each other. Washington is seeking to establish ties with Sudan's fledgling government after it agreed to normalize ties with Israel and found itself removed from the list of what Washington considers "state sponsors of terrorism." Meanwhile, Russia has acquired a 25-year lease on rights to establish a naval logistic center on the country's coast. RT America's Alex Mihailovich reports. Then Andrew Yaw Tchie of the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs joins Rick Sanchez to share his expertise.
RT's Caleb Maupin reports on Defense Sec. Antony Blinken's claim that the Biden administration will refrain from "spreading democracy" by force and why skeptics fear US foreign policy will change far less than the rhetoric might suggest.
Researchers at MIT have developed a miniscule, agile drone as small as a honeybee that researchers say could one day help humans by pollinating crops in the event of the extinction of bees. The tiny machine has science and tech circles abuzz with excitement. RT America's John Huddy reports.
Capitol Police have requested that National Guard units from across the country remain in Washington months beyond the previously anticipated withdrawal date. Officials are on edge as believers in "QAnon," continue to predict Donald Trump's triumphant return to White House. Meanwhile, former supporters within Trump's own party are incensed by his failure to disavow the bizarre conspiracy theory. RT America's Faran Fronczak reports from outside the heavily fortified US Capitol.