Yesterday, Pope Francis made history on Capitol Hill -- at John Boehner's invitation. Today, Boehner is making history of a different kind. He'll resign at the end of October to avoid what he calls the “irreparable damage” of “leadership turmoil” among House Republicans. We ask if a government shutdown over Planned Parenthood is more -- or less – likely and what this means for Tea Party power in Congress.
Also, two women have qualified as Army Rangers, but don't forget the Marines. The Pentagon's gender battle is not over.