Pentagon Releases 198 Photos Relati...

Pentagon Releases 198 Photos Relating to Detainee Abuse in Long-Running ACLU Lawsuit

In response to a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit filed more than a decade ago by the American Civil Liberties Union, the Defense Department has released some 200 photographs related to prisoner abuse at U.S. military facilities in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Huff Post: ?Hillary Clinton Refuses...

Huff Post: ?Hillary Clinton Refuses to Rule Out Any and All Benefit Cuts to Social Security?

Progressive Change Campaign Committee

Today, after Sec. Hillary Clinton?s campaign made clear for the first time that she will not commit to never cut Social Security, the Progressive Change Campaign Committee and Social Security Works have launched an online ad buy in New Hampshire to increase pressure on Clinton to make that explicit promise before Tuesday?s primary.

Guinea: Protect Phone Users? Privac...

Guinea: Protect Phone Users? Privacy

 The Guinean government should ensure telecommunications companies are not required to hand over in bulk the personal data of mobile phone users, Human Rights Watch said yesterday in a letter to Prime Minister Mamady Youla. The government should enact measures to ensure that any intrusion of phone users? privacy is necessary, proportionate, and clearly defined in law.

Obama Administration Weakens Critic...

Obama Administration Weakens Critical Habitat Protections for Nation's Endangered Species

A new regulation finalized today by the Obama administration will put hundreds of endangered plants and animals at greater risk of extinction by dramatically reducing protections for their designated critical habitat.

Days Ahead of Primary, Fight for $1...

Days Ahead of Primary, Fight for $15 Spreads to New Hampshire

Just days before the New Hampshire primary, cooks and cashiers from McDonald?s, Burger King, Wendy?s, and other chains will walk off their jobs for the first time across the Granite State on Saturday to demand $15/hour and union rights.

Thousands Ask Clinton to "Stop Lyi...

Thousands Ask Clinton to "Stop Lying" About Iraq Vote

In the first day, nearly 10,000 people have signed a petition on urging Hillary Clinton to "Stop lying about your Iraq vote." A email l

Russia's Vladimir Putin says his ma...

Russia's Vladimir Putin says his marriage is over

Source: [b]BBC[/b] Russian President Vladimir Putin and his wife Lyudmila have said their marriage is over. The couple, who had been married for 30 years, made their divorce public on Russian state television after attending a ballet performance. "It was a joint decision, we hardly ...
Christie expected to name Lautenber...

Christie expected to name Lautenberg successor

Source: [b]News12 NJ[/b] New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie appears poised to name a temporary successor to the late U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg. The governor has scheduled a 1:30 p.m. news conference in Trenton. However, the announcement did not specify a topic. Lautenberg died Monday a...
George Zimmerman wants ‘inflammator...

George Zimmerman wants ‘inflammatory terms’ banned from trial

Source: [b]Yahoo News[/b] George Zimmerman wants ‘inflammatory terms’ banned from trial The Lookout By Jason Sickles, an arrives for a pretrial hearing on Thursday. (Joe Burbank/Getty) “Profiled” “Vigilante” “Self-appointed Neighborhood Watch Captain” “Wannabe cop” Suspec...
Swimming Champion, Movie Star Esthe...

Swimming Champion, Movie Star Esther Williams Dies

Source: [b]ABC News[/b] By BOB THOMAS Associated Press LOS ANGELES June 6, 2013 (AP) Esther Williams, the swimming champion turned actress who starred in glittering and aquatic Technicolor musicals of the 1940s and 1950s, has died. She was 91. Williams's died early Thursday in h...
Syria Hails Qusair Capture as Fores...

Syria Hails Qusair Capture as Foreshadowing Rebel Defeat

Source: [b]Bloomberg[/b] The Syrian governmment’s capture of al-Qusair is a “strategic turning point” marking the beginning of the end for the armed opposition, Syria’s premier said, as the army promised mercy for surrendering rebels. Retaking the city opens the door “for successive vi...
Lindsey Graham ‘glad’ NSA collectin...

Lindsey Graham ‘glad’ NSA collecting phone records

Source: [b]Yahoo News[/b] Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said on Thursday morning he's "glad" the National Security Agency is secretly collecting millions of telephone records from Americans in an effort to track down terrorism suspects. “We are very much under threat," Graham said on "F...


SciFi Weekend: The Flash To Meet Su...

SciFi Weekend: The Flash To Meet Supergirl After Visit To Earth-2; Captain America: Civil War; Doctor Who; Manhattan; Girl Girls Casting; Bernie Sanders & Larry David on SNL; Gloria Steinem Insults Women Supporting Sanders On Bill Maher

Barry travels to Earth-2 on next week’s episode of The Flash and, from the pictures released, some things are quite different over there. After many stories going both ways, it now looks official that he will also visit Supergirl.  With the manner in which The Flash deals with alternative universes, this is leading to a […]
Quote of the Day: Conan O?Brien on ...

Quote of the Day: Conan O?Brien on Lying Republicans

“Sarah Palin accused Ted Cruz of lying about Ben Carson and stealing the Iowa caucus. This is my favorite thing in politics, when people lie and cheat to get the evangelical Christian vote.” –Conan O’Brien
Clinton Attacks Sanders With Series...

Clinton Attacks Sanders With Series Of Bogus Sound Bites At MSNBC Democratic Debate

Wednesday’s one-on-one debate between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton (transcript here) was probably the best debate yet, and unfortunately the lowest rated. Unlike the CNN Town Hall the previous day, Clinton did not struggle to come up with answers. Instead she repeated a serious of prepared sound bites which made her seem ingenuous. Clinton, an […]
Sanders Strong And Clinton Off Her ...

Sanders Strong And Clinton Off Her Game In New Hampshire Town Hall

Bernie Sanders had a strong night while Clinton had a terrible performance at the CNN Town Hall Wednesday night (video and transcript here). It was almost painful to see her stumbling to come up with answers to some of the questions. Sanders criticized Clinton’s claims of being a progressive saying, “you can’t go and say […]
Down To One Liberal And One Defende...

Down To One Liberal And One Defender Of Civil Liberties In The Presidential Race

The number of presidential candidates should drop quickly now that voting has begun. It is not surprising that many of the candidates are waiting to see if they do better than the polls have predicted, which is reasonable considering how poorly polls often are at predicting primary results. Some of the more mainstream candidates are […]
The Revolution Begins For Bernie Sa...

The Revolution Begins For Bernie Sanders In Iowa (And No, There Is No Guaranteed Firewall For Clinton In The South)

Hillary Clinton won the Iowa caucus by a fraction of one percent thanks to the arcane rules of the Iowa caucus and the luck of winning the coin toss six out of six times when it decided delegates. Sanders has requested that the actual raw vote be released. It will probably not be done in […]


Real Grownups Listen to Children

Real Grownups Listen to Children

Recapturing the Greatest of America means leaving something of value to you children
We Can Save the World Starting with...

We Can Save the World Starting with Bernie

The sudden, immense popularity of Bernie Sanders gives me new hope. In this article I tell why.
Are You Ingesting Estrogen Without ...

Are You Ingesting Estrogen Without Knowing It?

In 2011, the United Kingdom's Daily Mail observed that women's bra cup sizes were growing even when the women themselves were not gaining weight and speculated it was estrogen exposure
Bernie Hysteria & Liberal Hypocrisy

Bernie Hysteria & Liberal Hypocrisy

Why progressives and liberals who support Bernie Sanders need to stop calling themselves antiwar
Optimism of the Will

Optimism of the Will

Ban Ki-moon, Secretary General of the UN, the highest international official, a kind of World Prime Minister, has dared to criticize the Israeli government, as well as the Palestinian Authority, for sabotaging the peace process, and thereby making Israeli-Palestinian peace almost impossible. He emphasized that there is a world-wide consensus about the "Two-state Solution" being the only possible one.
Flint's Crisis Is About More Than W...

Flint's Crisis Is About More Than Water

The crisis in Flint is far more ominous than lead-contaminated water. It is symptomatic of the collapse of our democracy. Corporate power is not held accountable for its crimes. Everything is up for sale, including children. The primacy of profit throughout the society takes precedence over life itself, including the life of the most vulnerable. This corporate system of power knows no limits.

Open thread for night owls: Oil tax...

Open thread for night owls: Oil tax may spark needed conversation, but no way will Congress pass it

John H. Cushman Jr. at the Pulitzer-winning InsideClimate News writes?Obama's Oil Tax: A Conversation Starter About Climate and Transportation, but a Non-Starter in Congress:

President Obama?s proposal to impose a $10 tax on every barrel of oil and spend the money on advances in transportation is one of the most comprehensive attempts yet to address the climate impacts of moving people and freight from place to place.


Linking climate policy and public works programs, however, is attempting to pave the way for a project not yet shovel-ready.

No lame duck president whose party is the minority in both houses of Congress seriously expects dramatic, ideologically laden new policies to pass.

And if there are two things that are hard to imagine Congress including in the budget for the fiscal year 2017, they are a broad new policy to control climate change and a big tax increase, let alone one hitting down-and-out producers of fossil fuels.

Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, whose Energy Committee has a bipartisan policy bill on the Senate floor, said that because Republicans are in the majority, nobody should "worry about this becoming law." [...]

As Brad Plumer pointed out on Vox, there are similarities between an oil tax and the fuel taxes that have traditionally funded highways, mass transit, and aviation programs ? but there are differences too. Still, "the most radical part" of this plan is its link between 21st century transportation and climate policy.

Elana Schor wrote on Politico that however adamant the Republicans are in declaring the proposal dead on arrival, it will reverberate among Democrats and their green allies. She predicts it will help push the debate toward ever more hawkish climate policies in the wake of fights over the Keystone XL pipeline and other thorny issues.





I am enjoying this year's blanket ad theme of "wall to wall lizard brain horror"

? Holly Anderson (@HollyAnderson) February 8, 2016


At Daily Kos on this date in 2008?Day 1743: Supporting the troops:

This story is getting way too old.

A North Dakota manufacturer has agreed to pay $2 million to settle a suit saying it had repeatedly shortchanged the armor in up to 2.2 million helmets for the military, including those for the first troops sent to Iraq and Afghanistan.

Twelve days before the settlement with the Justice Department was announced, the company, Sioux Manufacturing of Fort Totten, was given a new contract of up to $74 million to make more armor for helmets to replace the old ones, which were made from the late 1980s to last year.

Just to make sure this is very, very clear. The Defense Department knew the company provided defective armor and in fact sued the company over it. They knew that the kevlar the company was using in the helmets it created did not meet "critical" minimum standards. But while that very suit was pending, they ordered more armor.

Monday through Friday you can catch the Kagro in the Morning Show 9 AM ET by dropping in here, or you can download the Stitcher app (found in the app stores or at, and find a live stream there, by searching for "Netroots Radio."
The machines that improve our lives...

The machines that improve our lives can also ruin them

Once upon a time, a long time ago, we feared that computers would take over. We?d been conditioned, you see, by everything from the slightly obscure, like Colossus: The Forbin Project, to blockbusters like The Terminator. With the clarity of hindsight in 2016, considering where humans are leading the world and that we still don?t have flying cars, Colossus doesn?t look like such a bad fate anymore. Computers and their ill-begotten networks have done wonderful things. As a kid I had a World Book Encyclopedia, which was like a primitive Internet small enough to fit on a bookshelf. Today we have the real McCoy?more facts and stories and funny videos than you can possibly see in a lifetime, all at our fingertips.

But our technology has its limits: We sure don?t have to worry about computers taking over the world, not overtly anyway, and not for a long time. My PCs are hopelessly confused trying to search or proofread anything with a hyphen or an apostrophe in it, so world domination is probably a ways off. I don?t fear computers, but I?m starting to hate them, and if you sometimes feel the same way then join me below for a nice winter rant, and let me count some of the ways they deserve to be hated ?

Incrementalism has outlived its use...

Incrementalism has outlived its usefulness

I?m not hostile to incrementalism. As an engineer I know that large gradients can lead to catastrophic failures. And President Obama has been as transformational a president as incrementalism, or a belief in gradual change, allowed. That?s not a knock on the president?it?s just a fact.

President Obama has navigated the political waves to get many laws passed that Americans wanted. His signature accomplishment, the Affordable Care Act, likely saved my life. The ACA also afforded my wife, who has the preexisting condition of Lupus, the right to purchase health insurance under the same terms as any healthy American. Why? The president made the incremental choice to remove preexisting conditions as a part of insurance companies' risk management. That one move helped millions, and in the process likely saved millions of lives.

Incrementalism was necessary because neither the Democratic Party nor the Republican Party would run the risk of of upsetting their wealthy benefactors or the corporatocracy. Americans got expanded access to healthcare while insurance companies ensured they maintained the biggest fraud on the American population: Collecting a hefty fee to pay a bill at best, or deny care at worst.

Incrementalism in solving the student debt problem provided relief for some. However, those with private loans were left in the cold. They can?t even get relief from bankruptcy.

The American middle class had been asked to accept incrementalism for decades. Why? To make change palatable for the wealthy, for the oligarchy, for the plutocracy. That one-sided compromise was bearable as long as the trajectory of the middle class followed some modicum of upward mobility.

But I am no longer an incrementalist. Politicians preaching incrementalism as pragmatism have failed us all. Incrementalism isn't pragmatism. It isn't a logical acceptance of the possible. It is the coercion of a population paralyzed by fear. It is mental enslavement of a people who simply cannot visualize their innate collective power. In effect, incrementalism has turned into virtual suicide.

Essential reading: Jane Mayer's 'Da...

Essential reading: Jane Mayer's 'Dark Money'

Indian Wells is a posh desert town in the Coachella Valley, neighbor to Palm Springs and Rancho Mirage, and known as much for its tennis stadium and golf courses as for its multimillion dollar homes. As Jane Mayer tells us in the introduction to her masterful and disturbing new book, Dark Money, it was the perfect place for the Koch brothers? secretive semi-annual meeting of wealthy conservative donors in January 2009. Among the millionaire attendees there were also 18 billionaires whose combined fortunes in 2015,exceeded $214 billion. And while they may have had some differences:

The glue that bound them together, however, was antipathy toward government regulation and taxation, particularly as it impinged on their own accumulation of wealth.

They knew that with a Democrat in the White House, in the House speaker?s chair, and as the Senate?s majority leader, they had some work to do in order to rebuild the Republican Party. Mayer gives us a fly-on-the-wall view of the debate that was staged as part of the seminar between Sens. Jim DeMint and John Cornyn over the best way to move forward. According to Cornyn, the second-most conservative member of the Senate, the party needed to reach out and attract more members (even moderates) to become a big tent party if necessary. DeMint, on the other hand, argued that rather than expanding, the party needed to purify itself and become more committed to conservative principles. DeMint insisted that they must resist every policy that the new president proposed, to obstruct, in every way possible, the programs of the man that the people had just elected. Cornyn lost the debate.

Appetite for destruction: Biology, ...

Appetite for destruction: Biology, psychology, socialization, and the Republican mind

Many of us live in the same country, but inhabit different worlds.

I have struggled to watch the GOP presidential debates. Mocked their candidates? positions as necessary. Tried to restrain my glee at the human freak show in Iowa that produced what was basically a three-way tie between a theocrat, a proto-fascist, and an Ayn Rand/Koch Brothers marionette. And as I?ve tried to understand the appeal of Donald Trump to his angry, white, working-class voters, the basic truth of my initial observation has become ever clearer. 

Political scientists use language such as ?polarization? and ?sorting? to grapple with these divides in party and ideology. Historian and political scientist Richard Hofstadter incisively observed how during the 1950s and 1960s, movement conservatism was a type of dangerous ?political religion? and orthodoxy. His analysis and conclusions are devastatingly true in the Age of Obama. 

Reasonable people can have reasonable disagreements about politics. They are also able to resolve those differences of opinion in a peaceful way that?hopefully?serves the common good. This is the beauty of a functioning, healthy, cosmopolitan, democracy.

But what of a society where common ground is increasingly hard to find, differences of opinion seem insurmountable, and people of different political orientations are unable to agree upon basic facts of empirical reality? Is this a chasm that is too great to be crossed?

The importance of fighting with som...

The importance of fighting with someone on something

In 1954, social psychologist Muzafer Sherif ran an experiment that could not be repeated today. Sherif was investigating prejudice and contesting Freud?s model of prejudice as an acting out of unresolved childhood conflicts.

At the Robbers Cave Boy Scout camp, Sherif wanted to test whether he could take a group of people, without any inherently hostile attitudes towards each other, and create conflict by introducing competition.

What Sherif found was not only that he could, but that he could also resolve the conflict if he introduced a shared goal. As I talk to people about politics and work for change, I always try to remember the importance of fighting with someone on something.

Indonesian police use Shootings, ki...

Indonesian police use Shootings, killings, beatings, arrests on West Papuan independence rallies

Indonesian police have opened fire on peaceful protesters in Jayapura, with at least four gunshot wounds and one death. West Papuan activists and families have been forced to flee to the jungle for safety. Indonesian security forces are conducting scores of raids, sweeps and offensives against West Papuan civilians. The attacks are happening during the visit of National Police Chief General Sutarman with over 200 people arrested across West Papua. Journalists have also been attacked by Indonesian police according to Amnesty International...Read more at San Fransisco Bay Area Indymedia. The Indonesian Police chief says any plans to free Papua from Indonesia won't be tolerated, including Flag raising ceremonies on the West Papuan national Day, December 1st.

Calls for Independence by West Papuans have been made since the sham "Act of Free Choice in 1969". They have suffered a neglected genocide at the hands of the Indonesian military (2004) with continued Repression (2007). Thousands of Papuans took to the streets in 2010 and in 2011 rejecting special autonomy, demanding a referendum on independence. Indonesia plans to build 1,500 km of new roads in the next two years to accelerate ?development', increase military presence, and open up more illegal logging. Three Papuans highlighted the human rights abuses at the APEC meeting in Bali this year by scaling the Australian Consulate?s fence in the dead of night and hand-delivering a personal plea to open the Indonesian province to world scrutiny.

A new academic law and human rights report A slow-motion genocide: Indonesian rule in West Papua (PDF), details the extent of the genocide and abuse of human rights. (Review by Greenleft) Activists have called for Australia to End pragmatic complicity in West Papua in response to comments by new conservative Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Imprisoned Papuan leader Selpius Bobii also responded saying, "We Live In Terror, Mr Abbott".

Related: Waging Nonviolence: Flotilla unsettles Indonesia?s occupation of West Papua | West Papuan National Day Goes Global | West Papuans to join commemoration of Eureka Rebellion in Ballarat More Information: West Papua media Alerts | Freedom Flotilla

Civil Society stages mass walkout p...

Civil Society stages mass walkout protest from Warsaw Climate change negotiations

Civil society organisations abandoned the COP19 climate change negotiations in Warsaw on mass. Members from Greenpeace, Oxfam, WWF, Actionaid, Friends of the Earth, the International Trade Union Confederation (statement) and all started leaving the conference at 2pm. This is an unprecedented action, the first time several major civil society groups have staged a mass walkout.

Friends of the Earth International highlighted that the Warsaw Climate Change negotiations were failing, with Tension high in Warsaw talks as G77+China walk out. The role of Australia and reduced ambition of Japan  have been widely mentioned. Australia and Canada are seen as the major wreckers, but there has been substantial intransigence from much of the developed world to progressing the negotiations forward on finance, ambition, and a loss and damage mechanism. Poland's Coal Summit has shown the fossil fuel corporatism entwined in this COP with widespread dismay at the coal powered negotiations of COP19 and at UNFCCC official Christiania Figueres who gave the keynote speech at the coal summit 

Related: Democracy Now: "Nature Does Not Negotiate": Environmentalists Walk Out of U.N. Climate Summit in Warsaw | "Polluters Talk, We Walk": Civil Society Groups Abandon Warsaw Talks over Inaction on Global Warming | "We Have to Consume Less": Scientists Call For Radical Economic Overhaul to Avert Climate CrisisAnalysis: The Warsaw walkout and the Climate Movement

Canadians and Australians protest c...

Canadians and Australians protest climate wrecking policies and pipelines

The weekend of 16th and 17th November saw tens of thousands of people in Canada and Australia out in the streets in over 260 protests against the climate policies of these countries. Australia and Canada are seen as the major wreckers in Warsaw at COP19.

The Saturday protests in Canada occurred from coast to coast to Repulse Bay, Nunavut on the Arctic circle, more than 10,000 people gathered in over 180 events co-ordinated by Defend our Climate. Many protests focussed on stopping further expansion of the Alberta tar sands and pipelines to move the bitumenous oil south to Texas, east through Ontario and Quebec, and west through British Columbia. On Sunday, more than 60,000 people attended climate protests across Australia, protesting the attempt to repeal carbon pricing and clean energy programs by the conservative Government lead by Prime Minister Tony Abbott, elected on 7 September this year, who denied any link between climate change and bushfires as unusually early and intense bushfires raged around Sydney.

Civil Society NGO and local Polish activists also staged a Climate Justice march in Warsaw in association with the COP19 climate change negotiations taking place. Super Typhoon Haiyan set the initial mood at the negotiations with Philippines negotiator Naderev Saño (Yeb Saño) saying "time to take action. We need an emergency climate pathway". There is widespread dismay at the coal powered negotiations in Warsaw with Japan and Australia being particularly singled out.

Related: Australia Indymedia - Tens of Thousands rally for Climate Action across Australia

Typhoon Haiyan causes death and dev...

Typhoon Haiyan causes death and devastation in the Philippines

On November 8 Super Typhoon Haiyan made landfall over Guiuan, Eastern Sama province in the Philippines, destroying coastal communities with ferocious winds and a storm surge of 6-7 metres (up to 20 feet). According to Dr Jeff Masters "Haiyan had winds of 190 - 195 mph (315 km/h) at landfall, making it the strongest tropical cyclone on record to make landfall in world history."

Authorities of Tacloban City with a population of 220,000 and capital of Leyte province, gave an early estimate that perhaps 10,000 people died from this one city. Many people were surprised by the huge storm surge tidal waves that inundated much of the city. Many smaller coastal villages were also devastated with most buildings destroyed or suffering severe damage. According to the UN Reliefweb report on 14 November the number of affected people has increased to 11.8 million. The official death count from Typhoon Haiyan is currently 4,460 but with numbers still increasing. There were 921,200 people displaced and 243,600 houses destroyed. A total of 2.5 million people are in need of food assistance.

Related: Climate IMC: Typhoon Haiyan: This is a climate crime | Time for turning tears into anger says Walden Bello | Philippine groups demand action on climate finance, loss and damage in Warsaw climate talks | Ejected from COP19 for expressing solidarity to the Philippines | Youth observers expelled from UN climate change talks for Philippines Solidarity | Indybay: Super typhoon Haiyan is climate wake-up call | They destroy We suffer Statement on Yolanda?s AftermathNon-corporate Typhoon Haiyan Relief Efforts: Waves for Water | Haiyan NYC Relief Project | Doctors without Borders | Oxfam International

Mi'kmaq attacked by police and snip...

Mi'kmaq attacked by police and snipers

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and unidentified snipers attack Mi'kmaq women and elderly who were part of an anti-fracking encampment. Support pours in for Mi'kmaq attacked by police and snipers. Today, Monday, Mi'kmaq Warrior Tyson Peters shot with rubber bullet risks losing his leg after protecting woman from a bullet. [ From Global IMC Newswire ]
Global Warming impacts escalate as ...


GOP Debate Showed Marco Rubio's Oba...

GOP Debate Showed Marco Rubio's Obama Problem

Rubio declared himself as among those conservatives who believe Obama masqueraded as a moderate but planned to move the country to the left.
Hillary Clinton: 'What Happened in ...

Hillary Clinton: 'What Happened in Flint Is Immoral'

Hillary Clinton called for "action now" to combat the toxic water crisis here Sunday in a speech to a packed congregation.
Clinton Rejects Criticism Over Wall...

Clinton Rejects Criticism Over Wall Street, Speeches

Hillary Clinton enthusiastically rejected concerns about her ties to Wall Street in a fiery interview on Sunday.
Trump Plays Up Populism, Says Other...

Trump Plays Up Populism, Says Other Candidates Are Bought

With voting around the corner in crucial New Hampshire, Donald Trump is playing up his populism.
Steinem Apologizes for Comment Abou...

Steinem Apologizes for Comment About Women Who Back Sanders

Feminist icon Gloria Steinem has apologized for implying that younger women have chosen to support Sen. Bernie Sanders because they want to meet men.
New Hampshire Is Do-or-Die for Gove...

New Hampshire Is Do-or-Die for Governors in 2016 Race

All three Republican governors who have lagged in the polls clawed their way into the spotlight in Saturday's debate.


Siege marks upheaval in Syria

Siege marks upheaval in Syria

The images from Aleppo, Idlib and Syria's border with Turkey can be described in one word: despair.
Officials: Airport workers handled ...

Officials: Airport workers handled laptop that concealed plane bomb

Somali intelligence officials say two airport workers handled a laptop that concealed a bomb that later exploded in a passenger plane.
Beyonce, Bruno join Coldplay

Beyonce, Bruno join Coldplay

3-time champs led Carolina Panthers...

3-time champs led Carolina Panthers all through game

Unprecedented Super Bowl security

Unprecedented Super Bowl security

A look at the unprecedented level of security for Superbowl 50 in the San Francisco Bay Area. CNN's Dan Simon reports.
Christie: 'Whole race changed'

Christie: 'Whole race changed'

Chris Christie spotlighted his high-profile shutdown of Marco Rubio at Saturday's Republican debate, saying Sunday it effectively ended the "chattering class" anointment of the Florida senator.

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