RT America -- January 8, 2016
Man critically shot by Baltimore police now facing charges
In June 2015, Baltimore native Keith Davis Jr. was shot by police after a foot chase to a nearby garage. He survived, but is now facing 17 charges after police said he drew a firearm after the chase. However, his family has disputed the police narrative. RT’s Anya Parampil has an exclusive look at the story and speaks with Davis’ family, who support his proclamations of innocence and have been effected by these events.
Chamber of Commerce throws support behind TPP
The US Chamber of Commerce has thrown its support behind the controversial and secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the 12-nation trade deal which could regulate the international trade for food, pharmaceuticals and intellectual property. RT’s Lindsay France examines the lobbying group’s decision to support the controversial deal.