US troops attacked in Iraq as Iran rises in region (Full show)
A new round of brazen rocket attacks were launched against US forces in Eastern Syria and Iraq. Iran-backed militias in the region are being blamed for the attacks, which have seen an uptick in recent times. Meanwhile, the Islamic State insurgency may be poised to make a comeback. Is the US on the verge of being pushed out of Iraq? An Investigative journalist and “Boom Bust” co-host Ben Swann joins Rick Sanchez with the details. He points out that generations of Iraqis have known the US as an only destabilizing force and that we are leaving a “wrecked country” that neighboring Iran is best-positioned to rebuild.
Did the FBI help kidnap Princess Latifa Al Maktoum of Dubai and return her to her allegedly abusive father? The famous royal who ran away from her controlling father was placed under house arrest after her recovery, which was made possible by means of geolocation data with which the FBI furnished Dubai, according to reports. RT America's Faran Fronczak reports.
Plus, when NASA’s Cassini spacecraft collected data on the chemical composition of water plumes that erupt from Enceladus, Saturn’s sixth largest moon, it found a surprisingly high amount of methane, a gas often associated with life on Earth. Some were quick to insist this points to the existence of life on Enceladus, but others are more skeptical. RT America’s Trinity Chavez reports for the News with Rick Sanchez.