Vice President Cheney says he and other top Bush Administration officials approved "abusive" interrogation techniques. A bipartisan Senate committee calls it illegal. Will Barack Obama investigate or leave the recent past to future historians? We hear a debate. Also, a new superintendent for LA schools, and more slings and arrows over the state budget in Sacramento.
Republicans Bring a Hatchet to the Budget Debate
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Presidential Transition and Accountability
The Senate Armed Services Committee report says "abusive" interrogation techniques were not the work of a few low-level "bad apples" at Abu Ghraib and Guantánamo Bay.
Ramon Cortines Named Superintendent of LA Schools
Former admiral David Brewer is now the former Superintendent of Los Angeles Schools. Last week, Brewer said he'd step down before the end of the year. Today, the elected...