Trump Admin Favorably Cites Japanese Internment Case
Attorneys for President Donald Trump's Department of Defense have cited a Japanese internment case in order deny rights to detainees at Guantanamo Bay.
Torture Used by U.S. Military at Gitmo, UN Says
Nearly 800 men have been imprisoned at Guantanamo Bay since 2002.
Why's Trump Backing Saudi's Murderous Attacks on Yemen?
War crimes are being committed with America's support.
Have We Been at War with Al Qaeda? Why It Matters
Defining bin Laden's fatwa as a declaration of war suits our Gitmo prosecutors.
Fortress America Won't Stop the Terrorists Reaching US
Our borders should be the last line of defense, not the first.
Getting to the Truth About Our Torture of Suspects
In 2002, suspected terrorist Gul Rahmenwas found dead in his cell in one of the US's 'black detention' sites.
Terrorist Suspects at Gitmo to Ride Out Hurricane Irma
The secretive military prison houses 41 inmates, including the alleged plotters of 9/11.
After a Decade of Delays, Why the Rush for Gitmo Trial?
The defense has been given just four weeks to digest the classified documents that underpin the prosecution.
Gitmo: An Empty Symbol of Misguided Vengeance
It inflames our adversaries and infuriates our allies without advancing national security one whit.
Why Is A Terrorist Who Killed American Being Paid $8m?
Khadr admits killing US special operations medic Sgt. Christopher Speer with a grenade.
Reversing Obama's Cuba Policy Won't Help Cubans
He says it is to improve human rights, which is a novel notion for this administration.
Will Trump Ask NATO to Bring Back Torture?
European states should say they will not allow torture again. They won't allow it on their soil.
Trump Is Wrong. ISIS Can't Be Beaten by Torture
ISIS was born out of Americans fighting fire with fire at Abu Ghraib.
Would Mattis Obey an Order to Torture Terror Suspects?
Fifteen key questions for Trump's Defense pick James Mattis
Why Trump Should Forget About Waterboarding
The prison at Gitmo and the abuses of Abu Ghraib jail have damaged the U.S.
Five Ways Obama Can Frustrate Trump
How Obama can thwart Trump's xenophobic, militaristic and authoritarian agenda.
Michael Dorf: Will Flynn and Pompeo Make a Difference?
The new administration will be anti-Muslim, anti-civil rights and anti-immigrant.
U.S. Transfers 15 Gitmo Inmates to UAE
The transfer of the 12 Yemeni and three Afghan citizens brings the total number of detainees down to 61 at the U.S. naval base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
How to Fix Guantánamo's Broken Justice
Professional military personnel have been deployed to serve in a court system that is nearly beyond rehabilitation.
19 Retired Generals, Admirals Back Clinton on Gitmo
Republican candidates have opposed an Obama administration plan to close the Guantanamo Bay prison in Cuba.
Obama's Gitmo Closure Plan Runs Into the Sand
The immediate beneficiaries won't be the detainees; it will be the GOP candidates, all of whom oppose the plan.
Details Emerge on Plan for Closing Gitmo
President Obama said the plan to close Guantánamo Bay Prison in Cuba and transfer detainees would save more than $300 million over a decade.
White House Reviewing Pentagon Plan to Close Gitmo
The president has been trying for years to make good on his pledge to close the facility.
Gitmo Releases Detainee Faez Mohammed Ahmed Al-Kandari
After his release, 104 inmates remain at the maximum security facility.
The 9/11 Families Travel to Gitmo
Family members of the fallen attend a hearing for 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four of his alleged co-conspirators.
Five Detainees Transferred Out of Guantánamo Bay
The ramp-up of transfers are part of Obama's long-held promise to close the detention facility.
Defense Department to List Alternative U.S. Sites to Gitmo
A small Pentagon team has surveyed facilities including the Consolidated Naval Brig in South Carolina.
White House: Obama Can Still Close Gitmo
The U.S. is working to reach agreement with countries around the globe to transfer 53 eligible Guantanamo prisoners.
Obama Is Once Again Trying to Close Gitmo. But How?
A new plan to close the military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, is likely to be unveiled in the coming days.
Morocco Delays Terrorism Trial for Released Guantánamo Bay Detainee
Younous Chekkouri has spent more than six weeks in detention, waiting to be sentenced or reunited with his family.