Brooke Baldwin talks to Sen. Patty Murray about the Army's reversal of post-traumatic stress disorder diagnoses in 285 soldiers in Washington state. In February PTSD screeners at the Madigan Army Medical Center in Seattle were removed from duty after PTSD diagnoses were changed, freeing the Army from treatment obligations.
Brooke Baldwin talks to Reza Marashi of the Iranian-American Council regarding Iran's nuclear program. In the wake of mounting tensions concerning the possibility of nuclear weapons development, the United States and Iran have acknowledged a "window of opportunity" for diplomacy. This recognition coupled with a statement from Israel's Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, that military engagement is not imminent, signal that negotiations may be close at hand. The change in tone comes just as Iran seems to be cleaning up one of its known nuclear sites.