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RT America - February 28, 2018

Millions of Americans exposed to potentially unsafe tap water

Although the federal government has been steadily tightening the health standards for the nation’s water supplies, a recent study says local water systems across the country continuously fail to meet these requirements. RT America’s Trinity Chavez reports.

US Supreme Court: immigrants don’t have rights to bond hearings

The 5-3 Supreme Court ruling in Jennings v. Rodriguez reverses a lower court decision providing immigrants the right to bond hearings. Critics believe the ruling gives US authorities to right to detain immigrants indefinitely. For more, RT America’s Ed Schultz is joined by the American Immigration Lawyers Association’s Allen Orr.

Mainstream media source in Syria may have terrorist ties

As the Syrian army battles jihadist insurgents in Eastern Ghouta, the mainstream media is engaged in a widespread disinformation campaign. RT America’s Dan Cohen reports.

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