Apple's New Watch; ISIS Fragments; Dishonesty and Deception

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An Apple employee demonstrates how to use an Apple Watch during an Apple media event at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, California on March 09, 2015.

Apple launched its new watch yesterday. Engadget's Terrence O'Brien discusses the details of the watch (price, battery life, function, apps). Plus: reports from the fight against ISIS -- which some reports say is fragmenting from within -- from both the front lines and the Pentagon; the new documentary "Merchants of Doubt" explores the world of "pundits for hire" -- the film's director Robert Kenner discusses these so-called experts who are hired to spread confusion about topics like climate change and chemicals; the links between lasting love and lies; and your calls on whether you've ever lied to yourself.