General David Petraeus' storied career in public service came to a sudden end on Friday as the details of an affair with his biographer Paula Broadwell became known to the world. The general, who is credited with game-changing tenures in both Iraq and Afghanistan, had to resign his current post as director of the Central Intelligence Agency as details of an F.B.I. investigation revealed the affair.
Retired Colonel Peter Mansoor, former executive officer to General David Petraeus and now professor of military history at Ohio State University, tells us more about the general. Takeaway Washington correspondant Todd Zwillich tells more about the search for a new top spy in D.C.