The remaining three of the Cuba 5 are being freed in a new deal between President Obama and Cuban president Raul Castro.
A dragon by the name of Chevron, breathing a fire fueled by Citizens United and $3.1 million in cash, succumbed to the people of the tiny city of Richmond, California.
In response to the police murders of Brown and Garner and the failure of grand juries to return indictments, a new movement for justice has emerged.
A bill to extend health coverage to all Californians regardless of their immigration status will be among items California's new legislature will consider.
All senior U.S. officials and CIA agents who authorized or carried out torture like waterboarding must be prosecuted, top U.N. officials said Wednesday.
If you haven't been following the news, Hagel announced his resignation from the top civilian Pentagon post on Nov. 24, reportedly at Obama's request.
The procession of about 1,000 included street theater, giant parade puppets, and musicians and ended at the stage set at the gates of the base.
Pinochet's army in Chile, generals who fueled El Salvador's civil war and murderous paramilitaries in Colombia's drug war have all been trained at the SOA.
The time for licking election wounds is over, but as many factors came into play, lessons are still being drawn from the setbacks.
The decision to hike tuition has kicked off a new round in the long struggle between the university and the State of California over funding for the 10-campus system.