The U.S. and Iran continue on a path towards a deal controlling Iran's nuclear program. However, sanctions by the United States are proving hard to swallow by Iranian officials and progress has stalled. We talk to Joe Cirincione about a possible deal. Also, Lynsey Addario joins us in studio to talk about her personal experiences as a photojournalist in some of the world's most dangerous hot zones.
Two months after The Chicago Sun-Times laid off all its photographers, some have found a temporary home in a gallery. Three tell the stories behind their photos, and what's next for them as visual storytellers.
On Thursday's Afternoon Shift, Niala and guests discuss the Rahm Emanuel magazine cover kicking up dust. The Chicago Sun-Times laid off its entire photo department. And guests remember author Rev. Andrew Greely, who passed away.