Iran Denies Involvement in Saudi Oil Strikes
The US TV network CBS says there is evidence that Iran was behind Saturday's attacks.
The US TV network CBS says there is evidence that Iran was behind Saturday's attacks, as vice president Mike Pence says the US is ready to take action against those responsible. We get reaction from William F. Wechsler, director of The Atlantic Council in Washington.
As Donald Trump arrives in California, we talk to Kiran Stacey of the Financial Times about the President's intention to prohibit the state from setting its own vehicle emission rules. California has historically been allowed to have stricter standards, so what's behind the change?
And what influence do YouTube and Instagram have over what children spend their money on? We speak to social media expert Chloe Cox, from the digital media company Wunderman Thompson Commerce, who tells us how marketing strategies are changing.
Rahul Tandon is joined throughout the programme by Shuli Ren from Bloomberg News in Hong Kong, and Alexander Kaufmann, senior reporter at the Huffington Post in New York.
(Picture: Saudi Arabia's energy minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)