In a unanimous decision, the Republican National Committee officially voted to cancel NBC News as the moderator for the Super Tuesday presidential primary debate. Instead, CNN and three other media companies will host the February 26 event.
A secret review board “had serious questions” for the State Department over a program to undermine or even troll Islamic State’s social media recruitment, proposing that third parties and foreign governments could help the inadequate propaganda effort.
The tension between North and South Korea is again in the media, but what sparked this new round of drama and what is going to happen on the Korean Peninsula in the near future? Hosts Tim Kirby and Robert Bridge will break all of this down and more...
Bahrain needs to free its political prisoners to create an atmosphere for proper dialogue between the government and opposition to solve the ongoing political crisis, said Nabeel Rajab, Bahrain's rights activist who was just released from prison.
The Iranian agreement will spark a presidential reality show in the country where the Democratic and Republican opponents of the deal are going to start talking tough, Gerald Celente, publisher of the Trends Journal, told RT.
Donald Gould, a former marine, fell into homelessness only to become a YouTube celebrity after being filmed playing piano on the street. But “the Piano Man” and his helpers should pay heed to the story of another homeless-man-turned-star: Ted Williams.