With almost no public discussion, President Obama has expanded the use of targeted killings. It's a cheap way to get rid of terrorist leaders, but mistakes and civilian casualties can be costly in more ways than one. We look at how the policy has developed and how it could change the role of the Central Intelligence Agency. Also, a UN envoy claims that the Syrian Government has agreed to a temporary cease-fire, another Republican Senate candidate says pregnancy caused by rape is not justification for legal abortion. Will that impact the presidential campaign?
Banner image: A view of a house in what security official said was destroyed by a US drone in Yemen's eastern province of Hadramout September 4, 2012. Photo by Reuters/Stringer