RT America News - March 28, 2018

‘China will not be marginalized’ amid negotiations – geopolitical strategist


US President Donald Trump has thus followed the policy of sanctions and pressure against North Korea set by the Clinton, Bush, and Obama administrations. Meanwhile, Chinese President Xi Jinping met with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to make sure China isn’t left out of the process. RT America’s Ed Schultz speaks with geopolitical strategist John Sitilides for more.

 

Census citizenship question is a ‘reinstatement’ – immigration attorney

Following the decision by the Department of Commerce to reinstate the question about US citizenship on the upcoming 2020 census, at least a dozen states are suing the Trump administration, arguing this would undercount residents in certain low-income immigrant communities. RT America’s Ed Schultz is joined by immigration attorney Esther Valdes for more.


Protests across Sacramento after police shooting of Stephon Clark


A Sacramento, California city council meeting was interrupted by protesters amid continuing backlash over the killing of Stephon Clark, an unarmed African-American. RT America’s Manila Chan reports on this developing story.


World of Sports: NFL rule changes


NFL owners have approved unanimous rule changes that cover hits, catches and player ejections from the game.

 

RT America's Steve Christakos takes us around the World of Sports.