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Are we doing the right thing by withdrawing in Syria? CBS News Military Analyst Mike Lyons joins Joe with his analysis.
The average U.S. Facebook user would require more than $1000 to walk away from the social media platform for one year. In a new study published on Wednesday in the science Journal PLOS ONE, researchers at Kenyon College, Michigan State, Susquehanna University, and Tufts used a series of auctions to determine the minimum dollar amount it would take to get people to stop using the platform. And giving up Facebook would have its benefits, including decreased risk of depression and anxiety, better sleep, and more time to spend with family and friends. ABC's Cheri Preston takes a look with Tony.
President Trump is reportedly ready to pull all US troops out of Syria. Why are some already calling it a big mistake, and who might be ready to launch a military operation in our absence?Meanwhile, a new study from the Council on Foreign Relations lays out the world's potential hotspots in 2019. Where is a conflict most likely to occur? What threats does the United States face in the coming year? NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer breaks it down with Joe Elliott.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has introduced a spending bill to avoid a government shutdown that is set to occur at the end of the week. NBC News Radio's Micheal Bower is following developments in this changing story.