"They are not well. Their bodies are really weak, they can't talk, and they have been hospitalized, back and forth," a relative of two detainees told the Associated Press.
Needing detention space, ICE has used noncompetitive contracts called Intergovernmental Service Agreements to quickly bring beds online. But is the government failing to impose accountability standards on its sprawling immigrant-prison system?
The U.S. military's brutal and ineffective interrogation program started at Gitmo, then spread to Abu Ghraib. One man who tried to stop it—and failed—now fears America may torture again.
The U.S. spends $91 million annually on trials at the base, which houses 61 inmates.
The two men were the first of a group of about a dozen who are expected to be transferred in coming weeks.
The photographs belong to a larger collection of images taken between September 11, 2001 and January 22, 2009.
A new plan to close the military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, is likely to be unveiled in the coming days.
Cori Crider sat in Cuba 14 years ago and imagined what Shaker Aamer would be like. Today, he is finally free.
The Navy decided not to discharge the man, who will be reassigned to a new position in New England.
Pentagon could change policy that punished medical personnel for objecting to the procedure.
Judge orders pictures of detainee abuse be released after a more than decade-long legal battle.
The Obama administration breaks a record for censoring the most government records requested through the Freedom of Information Act.
After the release of the CIA torture report, the Obama administration says, images are worse than words.
The men were flown to Kabul overnight in the first such transfer of its kind to war-torn Afghanistan since 2009.