America's Cuba policy has long been a major impediment to progress in US relations with Latin America. That is one reason President Obama made a change.
Critics argue that Sony’s decision to pull 'The Interview' sets a dangerous precedent and could lead to a chilling effect in Hollywood. One Steve Carrell film already has been canceled. Experts worry more movies about sensitive topics, under pressure from hackers or a wave of self-censorship, could follow.
President Obama surprised his friend Gov. Deval Patrick of Massachusetts by calling in to his radio show Thursday. Obama's old parking tickets from his time living in Somerville and Cambridge came up.
In sort-of announcing for the 2016 presidential race this week, Jeb Bush said he wanted to have 'conversations with citizens' before deciding whether to formally run. It's a tried-and-true rhetorical fig leaf.
Industry experts weigh in on whether they believe North Korea is behind the massive Sony Pictures hack, which prompted the studio to pull 'The Interview' from theaters.
For Microsoft and other US tech companies, a lawsuit over e-mails stored in Dublin is an important test case to demonstrate their willingness and ability to guard customer data from government prying in a post Snowden-era.
Since the hacked Sony e-mails have nothing to do with whistleblowing or matters of political and national importance, publishing them is nothing more than privacy evisceration courtesy of media opportunism.