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RT America - April 9, 2018

Debate: Did Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen break campaign finance laws?

The FBI raided the office of President Donald Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen, seizing records detailing payments made to adult film actress Stormy Daniels. Prosecutors got the search warrant after a referral from special counsel Robert Mueller, despite evidence the search is not directly related to Mueller’s investigation. For more on this, RT America’s Ed Schultz speaks with conservative commentator Steve Malzberg and former Georgia state representative LaDawn Jones.

Flint water crisis ‘over’?

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder said the water in Flint is now safe to drink and will soon end the free bottled water program, which cost over $650,000 a month. Residents affected by lead poisoning think otherwise, however. RT America’s Manila Chan reports.

Who eavesdropped on DC cell phones and why?

If you’ve paid a visit to Washington DC, recently your phone may have very well been tapped. Authorities have uncovered tracking devices known as ‘stingrays’ throughout the nation’s capital. RT America’s Anya Parampil has this story.