China threatens to send warships to US coast (Full show)
After a US Navy Destroyer cruised through the South China Sea, an irate Beijing condemned Washington’s “bullying” and vowed to give the United States “a taste of its own medicine.” Ought we really to expect a Chinese military force off the coast of the US? Investigative journalist and “Boom Bust” co-host Ben Swann reports the details. Then former Naval intelligence officer John Jordan shares his expertise.
Ransomware attacks are on the rise across the US. Howard University and Chicago's judicial system are recent targets. Schools, institutions and agencies are particular targets. RT America's Faran Fronczak has the details. Then Wanderson Castilho of Enetsec shares his expertise.
NASA's Perseverance rover drilled into rock in the Jezero Crater on Mars and collected a sample of what is assumed to have once been a river delta, beaming photos back to Earth on Thursday. The rover has the capacity to collect 43 such samples, and there are plans to collect more in about a decade. These samples will be of unprecedented help to humankind in its search for alien life. RT America’s John Huddy reports.
RT America’s Natasha Sweatte reports on the Los Angeles Police Department’s new policy of collecting social media account information from everyone they interview, whether or not a crime is suspected. Then John Whitehead of the Rutherford Institute joins Rick Sanchez to discuss how the LAPD's policy goes hand in hand with the ominous rise of "fusion centers" that he likens to a "spiderweb around everything we're doing" and to point out that predictive policing has been proven to be ineffective.