Advertisement

Week In The News: Benghazi Report, Istanbul Terror, Brexit Fallout46:01
Download

Play
This article is more than 4 years old.

Istanbul terror. The Benghazi report.  A big abortion ruling by the Supreme Court. Brexit fallout.  And Michael Phelps heads to his fifth Olympics. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.

Members of Turkish special security force stand at the entrance of Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Thursday, June 30, 2016. (Emrah Gurel/AP)
Members of Turkish special security force stand at the entrance of Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Thursday, June 30, 2016. (Emrah Gurel/AP)

Eyes wide open this week after a deadly terror attack at Istanbul’s airport. And head-scratching, at best, over Bill Clinton climbing onboard a plane with Attorney General Loretta Lynch while she mulls charges against Hillary Clinton. Donald Trump goes after Mexico, again, and after free trade policies that have been a GOP hallmark for decades. We’ve got Brexit fallout. The Supreme Court on Texas abortion. More. This hour On Point, our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines. — Tom Ashbrook

Guests

David Ignatiusforeign affairs columnist for the Washington Post. (@IgnatiusPost)

Nancy Cordes, Congressional correspondent and election 2016 reporter for CBS News. (@nancycordes)

Jack Beatty, On Point news analyst. (@JackBeattyNPR)

From Tom’s Reading List

CBS News: Hillary Clinton opens up lead in Fox News poll -- "Hillary Clinton now has an 6-percentage-point lead nationally ahead of Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential race, according to a Fox News survey released Wednesday. The poll found Clinton leads Trump 44 percent to 38 percent, which comes after she only had a three-point edge earlier this month. In May, a similar poll found Trump was leading Clinton 45 percent to 42 percent."

Washington Post: After Istanbul attack, Turkey shows solidarity on fighting terrorism — "As Turkey counts the death toll from the horrific terrorist attack at the Istanbul airport Tuesday, a Turkish government that has sometimes dragged its feet on U.S counter-terrorism policies appears to be standing firmly on the side of its Western allies in combating jihadist terrorism — a welcome sign for Washington."

BBC News: Michael Gove: Boris Johnson wasn't up to the job -- "Michael Gove has said he chose to run for the Conservative Party leadership after deciding 'reluctantly but firmly' that Boris Johnson was not capable of uniting the party or the country. 'It had to fall to someone else... I felt it had to fall to me,' he said."

This program aired on July 1, 2016.

Advertisement

Advertisement