The Rise of ISIS, the Power of Advertising, and the Perils of Mixing Family and Money

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Sharing or lending money to people close to you can be very complicated.

Washing Post reporter Joby Warrick discusses his new book, which documents the rise of ISIS and prominent jihadi Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. Theater director Bryan Doerries explains why he brings service members together to read Greek Tragedies. Iconic adman Steve Penchina delves into what it took to create some of the world's most famous advertisements. And New York Times "Social Q's" columnist Philip Galanes returns to tackle the sticky situation of lending money to friends or family.