Former DHS official Miles Taylor said the former president remains "the most serious danger to the homeland security of the United States."
Ron DeSantis demanded the reporter focus on the facts rather than pushing what he considered a preordained narrative.
DeSantis, the Florida governor viewed as a potential presidential candidate, has faced allegations of overseeing torture at the notorious prison.
By torturing detainees at Guantanamo Bay, the U.S. government potentially broke numerous laws it now relies on to deliver justice.
The decision by the Guantanamo Bay McDonald's has been criticized, partly due to America's reputation for allegedly using the prison as a torture facility.
The GOP Senator said his line of questioning was no different to what Amy Coney Barrett faced around the time of her nomination hearings.
Several Republican lawmakers have accused Jackson of being "soft" on crime.
The case concerned whether using two former CIA contractors in connection with an investigation into alleged torture would be in violation of national security.
Alluding to allegations about China's detention of Uyghurs in Xinjiang, the Chinese Foreign Ministry told the U.S. to shut down Guantanamo Bay detention camp.
"End that heinous jail," Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla wrote in a social media appeal.
20 years after the establishment of the Guantanamo Bay detention center, approximately 780 inmates have been held at the facility.
Nearly 800 men have passed through Guantanamo Bay and 40 remain at the Cuba detention facility.
The ship's deployment was paused at Naval Station Guantanamo Bay after about two dozen sailors, 25 percent of the ship's crew, tested positive for COVID.
"We are considering all available avenues to responsibly transfer detainees and, of course, close Guantanamo Bay," White House press secretary Jen Psaki said.
Mohammed and four alleged co-conspirators will face charges before a U.S. military tribunal at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, and, if found guilty, could be executed.
The GOP congresswoman argued it is "wrong" to keep the Trump supporters who attacked the U.S. Capitol in prison.
Abdullatif Nasser, who's in his mid-50's, was approved for repatriation by a review board in July 2016 but remained at Guantánamo under President Donald Trump.
"Following this transfer today there are 39 detainees at Guantanamo Bay, 10 are eligible for transfer, 17 are eligible for periodic review boards, 10 are involved in the military commission process, and two detainees have been convicted," a senior administration official said.
Mark Levin claims that those who have been charged in Capitol attack are being subjected to "secret" trials.
What the officers did to George Floyd has shocked the conscience of America, but it is painfully familiar to me—after countless experiences of being kneeled upon U.S. soldiers in my GITMO cell.
"It pulled the rug out from under Obama and Holder's conviction that the 9/11 trials needed to be held… on federal soil," national security expert and academic Karen Greenberg told The Daily Beast.
Poland, Lithuania and Romania hosted "black sites" during the War on Terror—but get to watch the hearings on torture at Guantánamo from afar, unscathed, unaccountable and all but unmentionable in the courtroom.
I am a nobody: a taxi driver from Karachi held without charges in Guantanamo Bay, tortured, forever separated from my son. But I hope the two psychologists responsible for what was inflicted on me will stop by my cell. I'll be waiting.
James Mitchell and Bruce Jessen designed the "enhanced interrogration" program used against detainees during the initial stages of the War on Terror.
William Barr "was a strong advocate for a policy that set the stage for the treatment of Guantanamo detainees during the war on terror," ACLU Legal Director David Cole said.
The British Home Secretary gave Jeff Sessions the green light for ISIS executioners to be tried in the U.S.
"Between us, we have spent close to 90 years imprisoned without charge or trial," the letter says.
Attorneys for President Donald Trump's Department of Defense have cited a Japanese internment case in order deny rights to detainees at Guantanamo Bay.