New outrage and blame over Bowe Bergdahl's capture and release.
Some of Bergdahl's former platoon members testified before Congress that the Army sergeant deserted his post nearly five years ago and, they say, as a result - six soldiers died searching for him.
Currently, Bergdahl is being exposed to some of the media coverage about him. It's part of his recovery process, but 18 days after his release, the 28-year-old has yet to speak with his family.
CNN's Ed Lavandera is OutFront with more.
"No exercise. No diet. No effort."
Dr. Oz is under fire for using those words on his popular TV show.
The celebrity doctor is fighting back against claims he promoted so-called "miracle" weight cures.
Senators say scammers use his endorsements to sell their fraudulent products.
So, is this part of the massive wellness empire that has made Dr. Mehmet Oz millions?
Miguel Marquez is Outfront with the money and power of Doctor Oz.
CNN has learned that military planners have already assembled a draft list of possible ISIS targets in Iraq.
U.S. officials say the list is constantly being revised and no final determinations have been made.
In Iraq, militants celebrated after attacking the country's biggest oil refinery, located in Baiji. Both ISIS and the Iraqi government are saying they are in control of this crucial location.
At the White House, President Obama met with senior congressional leaders to discuss the growing violence on the ground and what the U.S. might do about it.
Short of boots on the ground, the administration says all options are on the table.
CNN's Joe Johns has the latest.
Ever noticed your fast food order never quite looks like the picture on the menu? Well, a California prankster turned crusader used a hidden camera on a quest to make actual fast food look as good as it does in ads.
CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.