The Boy Scouts of America will now allow openly gay members, but only until they reach the age of 18. We hear how last week's compromise reflects conflicts between religious groups, the values of corporate America and the traditions of Scouting itself. Also, Europe steps toward arming Syrian rebels. But Russia pushes back. On Reporters Notebook, will wrestling get a reprieve from the International Olympic Committee?
Banner image: The statue of a scout stands in the entrance to Boy Scouts of America headquarters in Irving, Texas. Photo Tim Sharp/Reuters