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RT America -- February 24, 2016

We're gonna have Flints all over the US  - professor of health
Joining RT's Ed Schultz is Corey Hebert, CEO of Community Health TV and professor at LSU Health Sciences Center to discuss the Flint water crisis and the nation-wide problem of lead poisoning. Herbert breaks down how humans can be exposed to lead in a number of ways, from the environment to paint, adding that the testing of children is vital to the discovery of lead poisonings. Herbert suspects the issue will only become more apparent given more testing.

Keeping your friends close: the NSA spied on US allies
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, former Italian Prime Minister and media tycoon Silvio Berlusconi, and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon all have one thing in common: the NSA spied on them. WikiLeaks has revealed that the United States has kept very close tabs on its own allies. But what does this do for America's image abroad? RT’s Ed Schultz is joined by RT correspondent Manuel Rapalo and Tyrel Ventura, of RT's Watching the Hawks.