The losses of Kobani in Syria and Tikrit in Iraq are being taken as evidence that the so-called Islamic State is in trouble. Its revenue is reportedly drying up, and untrained recruits are replacing experienced soldiers. But ISIS still spreading terror.
Also, is nuclear storage back on the table for Yucca Mountain? On today's Talking Point, "conversion therapy" has been discredited, but it's still legal in 48 states.
Photo: Iraq's Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi (R) visits camp Habbaniyah in the eastern city of Ramadi April 8, 2015. Photo: Stringer/Reuters