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Genre-bending films dominated the 2014 lineup announced on Wednesday for the U.S. feature film competition at the Sundance Film Festival, the top U.S. festival for independent cinema.
This photo provided by the Sundance Institute shows Kristen Stewart in a scene from the film, "Camp X-Ray."
The U.S. military will no longer disclose how many Guantanamo detainees are participating in hunger strikes, after a summer of protests reached a peak 106 strikers out of 166 total detainees.
An image reviewed by the U.S. military shows a U.S. flag flying above a razorwire-topped fence at the Camp Six detention facility December 10, 2008 on U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
If the Nonhuman Rights Project wins the lawsuits they are putting forward this week, four New York chimpanzees will be given "legal person" status.
U.S. drone attacks in Afghanistan, Pakistan and other countries may be militarily effective, but they are killing innocent civilians in a way that is obscene and immoral.
Former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr should not be allowed to "radically expand" his multimillion-dollar claim against Canada on the grounds that it is vexatious and stands no chance of success, the federal government argues in new court filings.
A Sudanese weapons trainer who pleaded guilty to conspiring with al Qaeda finished his sentence at the Guantanamo prison on Tuesday and will be sent home "as soon as practicable," the Pentagon said.
NATO leaders urged Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Tuesday to swiftly sign a security pact that would enable some U.S. troops to stay in Afghanistan after 2014, saying failure to do so could jeopardize security and foreign aid.
Over the past three years, Congress has focused unprecedented attention on reducing federal spending and cutting the deficit.
Yesterday was a red letter day--or perhaps it should be called an Islamic green letter one--for U.S. intelligence.
Let America be America again. Let's get back to the "Liberty and Justice for all" I grew up saying at the end of the Pledge of Allegiance.
The initial reporting on this came from the Associated Press general Mac and -- They say they had a dozen current or former.
The order, unsealed last week by US Army military judge Col. James L. Pohl, will allow the defense "to make a photographic record" to provide evidence that Mohammed was tortured at CIA black sites before being imprisoned at Guantanamo Bay.
Family members and lawyers representing a group of Pakistani men released from a U.S. military prison but held by Pakistani authorities urged the government on Monday to free them or explain why they are still being kept behind bars.
U.S. Army military judge Col. James L. Pohl, shown in this July 7, 2005 file photo at Fort Hood, Texas, is the chief of the Guantanamo military commissions judiciary.