ISIS and the Fall of Ramadi: Who's to Blame?

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ISIS, the so-called Islamic State, has seized Ramadi, a major Iraqi City — creating new challenges for the governments of Iraq and the United States. We hear what it could mean on the ground and for America's presidential campaign.

Also, global banks to pay record fines. On today's Talking Point, a horror story about the mass abuse of women and girls in Nigeria — and what it took to get it.

Photo: Displaced Sunni people, who fled the violence in the city of Ramadi, arrive at the outskirts of Baghdad. Stringer/Reuters)



Warren Olney