Turkey, which the US calls a stable Democracy, is increasingly polarized — as demonstrated by this weekend's local elections. Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan is promising to increase his crackdown on the political opposition, which includes a former ally who lives in the mountains of Pennsylvania. We look at the potential repercussions for the Middle East, Europe and for America's interests. Also, Obamacare hits its target enrollment -- and then some. On today's Talking Point, did the CIA mislead Americans to justify torture? Will President Obama declassify a massive Senate report that's created a public dispute with the agency?
Banner image: Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (L), accompanied by his son Bilal and daughter Sumeyye, greets his supporters at the AK Party headquarters in Ankara March 30, 2014. Photo: Stringer/Reuters