Iran strike: Reality show (And all were in on it!)
Are those who profit from the endless US wars in the Middle East subjecting Americans to an elaborate charade to enrich themselves? Do they care at all whether Washington completes its purported "mission" in such interventions? Former West Point Instructor and retired officer Maj. Danny Sjursen joins Rick Sanchez to weigh in.
Parisians witnessed a stunning light show and fireworks display at the Arc de Triomphe, Tuesday, December 31, as the French capital held its New Year's Eve celebrations.
- - - - - - - - - Josh Allen sits down with Jac Collinsworth ahead of the Buffalo Bills' playoff game against the Houston Texans to discuss his leadership role in his second season, (2:11) ending Buffalo's 24-year drought without a win in the playoffs, (3:03) his relationship with former Bills QB Jim Kelly, (3:44) how his style of play compares to opposing QB Deshaun Watson, (7:32) Sean McDermott's emergence as an up-and-coming head coach in the NFL and (10:02) where the Wild Card game vs. the Texans ranks among the biggest games of his career. Military officials have confirmed that at least 11 U.S. service members were injured when Iran launched missiles at an Iraqi military base last week, after previously saying that no Americans were harmed. CBS News national security correspondent David Martin spoke to CBSN's Tanya Rivero about the new development. In the answer to a question from CBS News' Weijia Jiang, President Trump said U.S. service members who were injured in a strike from Iran "had headaches and a couple of other things." CBSN contributor and Associated Press White House reporter Zeke Miller joins CBSN to discuss.