The turning point was a case called Al-Adahi v. Obama, decided by the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.
The scene is meant to illustrate how depraved his character has become, but the moment is a turning point for another reason.
American diplomatic breakthroughs with Russia and Iran mark a turning point in the Middle East.
But the turning point came in the afternoon when Andrea Mitchell interviewed Komen founder Nancy Brinker on her MSNBC show.
If he wins South Carolina, the smackdown with John King may well be remembered as the turning point.
The turning point in his intellectual development was his meeting with Coleridge in 1798.
His rescue at Barker's, he frankly and gratefully said, had been the turning point in his life.
This was, indeed, the turning point of his life, and it developed a policy utterly at variance with his ultimate views.
We have come to a turning point, a moment for hard decisions.
Through it all Rains kept the lead, but the village lad was second until the turning point was nearly reached.