'Washington Post' Beirut Bureau Chief Liz Sly has covered the Syrian civil war
since it began in 2011. She discusses Trump's decision to withdraw U.S. forces
and her experience reporting in war zones. "The idea that nothing will happen
to you is something that goes away the more experience you have, because you
see the narrow escapes and you see all the things that do happen to people you
knew." Sly is receiving an award for courage in journalism from the
International Women's Media Foundation.
Also, book critic Maureen Corrigan reviews 'Ecstasy and Terror: From the
Greeks to Game of Thrones,' a book of essays by Daniel Mendelsohn.