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12 Feb, 2016 02:58

RT America -- February 11, 2016

Final occupiers in Oregon standoff surrender

The last four occupiers at the wildlife refuge near Burns, Oregon were finally arrested by federal agents on Thursday afternoon, ending an occupation in the area lasting more than 40 days. Cliven Bundy, the father of the leaders behind the initial occupation, was also arrested “on conspiracy and weapons charges” related to a 2014 standoff. RT’s Simone Del Rosario, who was at the refuge in January, reports on the full details.

‘It’s impossible to separate Hillary’s record from Bill’s policies’ – history professor


After a Congressional Black Caucus PAC announced its endorsement of Hillary Clinton, more critics have come forward to question the Democratic candidate’s credentials when it comes to African-Americans, with more information emerging about her connection to Bill Clinton’s “War on Drugs” and its crippling effects on the black community. Donna Murch, a professor of history at Rutgers University, speaks with RT’s Manila Chan about Clinton’s negative impact on black families and how it could affect her pursuit of minority votes.