With the casualties piling up by the day in Syria, the debate on whether the U.S. should step in continues to heat up. Brooke discusses this prospect with Middle East analyst Robert Satloff, who says a U.S. military intervention in Syria is in the best interest of the U.S.
Brooke speaks with Rich Signoretti, who is one of 10 passengers suing JetBlue following an incident in March in which a pilot experienced a meltdown prior to takeoff. Nobody was harmed during the disturbing event, but those passengers are alleging 'gross misconduct' and seeking damages.
Economist and author Ben Stein joins Brooke to defend his controversial assertion that the International Monetary Fund should intervene in the Greek financial crisis. Stein argues that the Greek financial problems will eventually poison the American financial system as well, and that bailing out Greece could ultimately save the U.S. economy.