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Rangel: Castro respects Obama, Rubio doesn't

Rangel: Castro respects Obama, Rubio doesn't

12/17/14 05:01PM

New York Congressman Charlie Rangel joins Ronan from Havana, Cuba during “a tremendous, historic” moment there, offering choice words about Senator Marco Rubio’s stand against renewed relations with Cuba – as well as Rubio’s own heritage. watch

Exclusive: Jada speaks out

Exclusive: Jada speaks out

12/16/14 01:49PM

A major development in the story of Jada, who stood up after images of her alleged sexual assault were mocked online. With Team Ronan, she launched the empowering hashtag #IamJada. For the first time she reacts to the arrests of the alleged perpetrators. watch

Inside look at life in the Afghan Army

Inside look at life in the Afghan Army

12/16/14 01:41PM

Fighting the Taliban is just one challenge the Afghan Army is facing as the U.S. military mission there winds down -- as our partners at Vocativ found - after embedding with the Afghan troops. This is one to watch. watch

Inside the Hack that Shook Sony

Inside the Hack that Shook Sony

12/12/14 01:32PM

The reporter who broke the story of controversial emails between Sony Pictures chief Amy Pascal and Producer Scott Rudin breaks down what it means for a colorful cast of characters from Angelina Jolie to Aaron Sorkin. watch

Cosby Case Legal Future

Cosby Case Legal Future

12/12/14 03:19PM

As veteran model Beverly Johnson joins more 20 women accusing Bill Cosby of sexual assault, lawyer Gloria Allred talks about representing several of the women – and breaks down what legal actions are available to accusers. watch

Police wearing riot gear walk toward a man with his hands raised Monday, Aug. 11, 2014, in Ferguson, Mo.

The Call: Demilitarize local police

12/08/14 12:24PM

This week the Obama administration announced one step it's taking to address the fraught relationship between police and the policed nationwide. One step, however, is not being taken -- and that is the subject of this week’s Call to Action. read more

CIA Torture Report: Abu Zubaydah’s lawyer

CIA Torture Report: Abu Zubaydah’s lawyer

12/09/14 01:18PM

EXCLUSIVE: The newly released Senate report on CIA interrogation techniques details the interrogation of Abu Zubaydah, a Saudi Arabian citizen held by the US as an enemy combatant since 2002. He was first detainee water boarded by the CIA. His attorney, J watch

CIA Torture Report: Why Not Ban Torture?

CIA Torture Report: Why Not Ban Torture?

12/09/14 05:15PM

The U.S. is a signatory to the UN Convention Against Torture - but the Bush administration argued it didn't apply to America outside of the U.S.. President Obama has been petitioned by human rights advocates and military officials to issue a wholesale... watch

A Pennsylvania State Trooper stands in the parking lot at the state police barracks on Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014, in Blooming Grove Township, Pa. (Photo by Butch Comegys/The Scranton Times-Tribune/AP)

U.S. Police: Education levels and the use of force

12/09/14 04:28PM

In the last two weeks, two different grand juries in the U.S. chose not to indict police officers who used enough force to kill unarmed black men. As people across the country seek ways to understand and address the troubling divide between the police and the policed, there is one often-overlooked explanation. Education. read more

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