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3 hrs ago | Reuters
U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein turns to talk to reporters as she walks to the weekly Democratic caucus policy luncheon at the U.S. Capitol in Washington March 11, 2014.
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8 hrs ago | Jurist
Belbacha, a native Algerian who was detained in Pakistan in 2002, had been held at Guantanamo for 12 years without a trial or formal charges.
12 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
An Algerian held for 12 years without charge at Guantanamo Bay has been sent back to his homeland.
12 hrs ago | National Public Radio
Harvard University law professors Alan Dershowitz and Noah Feldman argue that the president's war-making powers give him the authority to kill U.S. citizens overseas.
12 hrs ago | WGBH
There are intense debates underway in the United States over the question of targeted killings of terrorist suspects abroad - particularly when those individuals are U.S. citizens.
14 hrs ago | Television Without Pity
Finally, the flashback we were all waiting for: we learn that before the blackout, whiny, ineffectual U.S. government bureaucrat Ed Truman was a whiny, ineffectual U.S. government soldier at Guantanamo Bay, until the whole federal government sailed up.
For me one of the most horrifying revelations about the torture carried out by the Central Intelligence Agency at its black sites, and the military at its prisons, was that medical doctors not only stood by to monitor the process but were also involved in providing advice to make the torture both mentally and physically more effective.
When I wrote a book about mobs and group-think a few years ago, I could honestly say that mob behavior existed exclusively on the left in America -- unless you count Oakland Raiders tailgate parties, which I do not.
After Cuba's revolution in 1959, Havana squandered what was arguably its best opportunity to force the United States to abandon its lease of a naval base at Guantanamo: a legal doctrine that allows a nation to terminate a treaty if a fundamental change occurs in the circumstances that led to it.
As I followed some stone steps leading through a pretty courtyard to the side entrance of the Unitarian Church of All Souls on the upper East side of New York last Thursday [1-9-14], I drew in a serious lungful of cold, crisp night air to help gird myself for what I was about to hear and see.
Don Vogel of Spokane, Washington, who committed his life to serving others, is excited to do it one last time.
Hassan, who has been held in Guantanamo since 2002, alleges that he has been force-fed more than 5,000 times since 2007 [IBT report] in an effort to end his hunger strike.
The Pentagon is now terming the refusal to eat by Muslim inmates at the GuantA namo Bay prison not as "hunger striking," but as "long term non-religious fasting," the Miami Herald reported.
We're five days into a hunger strike by immigrants being detained behind bars by Immigration and Customs Enforcement at Tacoma's Northwest Detention Center.
A lawyer for a group of detainees at the U.S. prison in Guantanamo Bay Cuba is accusing the military of torture.
The interior of an unoccupied communal cellblock is seen at Camp VI, a prison used to house detainees at the U.S. Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay In December, the US Defense Department shifted to considering the year-long hunger strike among Guantanamo detainees as "long term non-religious fasting", according to a forced-feeding protocol document.
Senate Intelligence Committee Chair Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif. leaves the Senate chamber on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, March 11, 2014, after saying that the CIA's improper search of a stand-alone computer network established for Congress has been referred to the Justice Department.