A recent poll on the controversial so-called "free trade" pact tells us that workers and our allies have a massive public education job to do.
The Cuban position is that there are still things the Obama administration can do by executive order to move things forward.
"It takes courage to deal with an adversarial country in a peaceful manner, and to instead focus on what joins us together than what tears us apart."
A jubilant flag-raising at the reopened U.S. Embassy in Havana is giving way to serious talk about the road ahead in improving relations between the U.S. and Cuba.
The friction between Dominicans and Haitians is rooted in a complicated mutual history, in which the U.S. has been a factor.
If the current thaw in U.S.-Cuban relations leads to lifting the decades-long blockade, we will have access to life-saving drugs and vaccines now banned in the U.S.
The 6,500 athletes are accompanied by their 2,000 coaches, along with 30,000 volunteers and an anticipated 500,000 spectators in attendance.
Of progressive bills, the one that appears to be moving forward most quickly is the Freedom to Travel to Cuba Act of 2015.
Obama's attempt to hammer through a multination "trade" agreement with Pacific Ocean rim nations is hard to understand.
The Pentagon commemoration omits contributions of the peace movement "on the home front" that helped bring an end to the war.