The FBI says North Korea is responsible for the recent hack of Sony Pictures. The White House called the cyber attack a "matter of national security." Bruce Cumings joins us to discuss the state of U.S. -North Korean relations.
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We'll check in with Alberto Coll in Havana, Cuba to find out how Cubans feel about yesterday's historic decision to re-establish diplomatic ties between the United States and Cuba.[View the story "Worldview: What's next for the U.S. and Cuba" on Storify]
Members of the Senate Intelligence Committee continue to defend the release of the CIA torture report. Alfred McCoy, professor of history at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, joins us to discuss the fallout from last week's disclosures.
The second round of climate talks are wrapping up in Lima, Peru. We talk to Jack Cushman of Inside Climate News about what still needs to be accomplished before the final round of talks in Paris next year.
A report released by the Senate Intelligence Committee on the CIA's use of torture found the use of "enhanced interrogation techniques" did not get detainees to provide critical information. We'll discuss the report with Katherine Hawkins. Her organization had advocated for the report's release.