President Obama suggested that current efforts to counter ISIS have been lacking. At a press briefing at the Pentagon yesterday, the President announced a plan to focus airstrikes on key ISIS targets in Syria. But experts say the time for fighting is past and diplomacy is the answer now. Peace talks between ISIS, Moscow and Washington may seem far fetched, but Middle East reporter Charles Glass, author of "Syria Burning: ISIS and the Death of the Arab Spring," says there may be no other way forward.
Amy Helm, daughter of the late Levon Helm of The Band, releases her solo debut later this month. She joins us to talk about following her dad's footsteps and the music community.
Cats spend plenty of time in our homes, and we've co-existed with them for thousands of years. But because they have a bit of a wild streak, scientists are still divided on whether they're actually wild or domesticated.
Victims suffering from PTSD are often plagued with the memories of their trauma. But now, new evidence suggests that playing video games after traumatic events could be a useful form of therapy.
The Takeaway looks at hope for a humane solution for Greece, an Iranian nuclear agreement sticks over sophisticated surveillance equipment, and Chicago's July 4th turns deadly.