December 17, 2014 -- Updated 2310 GMT (0710 HKT)
LZ Granderson says the U.S. can right some wrongs created in the 1950s when it supported a brutal dictatorship in Cuba, paving the way for Fidel Castro to take over
Timothy Stanley says theaters' understandable decision to pull 'The Interview' to protect patrons after hackers' extortionate threat of violence is a lesson about free speech and totalitarianism
The Sony hack isn't cyberterrorism, but there are important lessons we should learn, say Peter W. Singer and Allan Friedman.
Rick McGahey looks at how Congress passed a spending bill that repealed a key rule in the Dodd-Frank law.
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