The Dec. 17, 2014 announcement by President Obama establishing full diplomatic relations with Cuba was a day we thought we might never see.
"This issue as I see it - police killings as a symptom of the systematic and historical devaluing of black lives - seemed too big to ignore."
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.
As the debate on the Feinstein Committee's torture report continues, we need to remember the "backstory."
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 time for licking election wounds is over, but as many factors came into play, lessons are still being drawn from the setbacks.
A young man named Melvin Ray, incarcerated in Alabama's St. Clair Correctional Facility, began developing and sharing a plan for resistance to mass incarceration.
A new poll by Hart Research Associates shows broad support for the executive actions on immigration announced last week by the president.
The vicissitudes of politics bring me back to the core issues; the electoral process amounts to only a part of what makes a democracy work.
The fight for net neutrality is not over; the FCC still needs to create a path toward regulation or create new rules allowing ISPs to charge different rates for faster/slower service.