How is Obama ever going to close Guantánamo if diplomatic assurances are worthless?
Judge Gladys Kessler called the government's arguments "repetitive, speculative and extremely vague."
Younous Chekkouri's lawyers hope a short letter from the Justice Department will help free him.
The request stalled a pre-trial hearing for five Guantanamo Bay 9/11 suspects on Monday.
Suspected of covering up a grisly death, David Martine was never charged with a crime, but never cleared either.
The call was made to Ramzi bin al Shibh's brother in Yemen in August 2013.
Aamer has been held in the military prison without charge or trial since 2002.
The Pentagon confirms that Abdul Shalabi has been released after 10 years at the camp.
Younis Chekkouri was repatriated to Morocco, but is being held in an undisclosed location as he is investigated.
It was the latest move in a protracted legal battle for their release.
Zubaydah, a Guantanamo Bay detainee, lost one eye and was waterboarded 83 times while held by the CIA.
Hassan's story offers a glimpse into the lives of dozens of men who say they've been accidentally ensnared in the war against Al-Qaeda.
The lone dissenter in the recent vote by the American Psychological Association is a retired colonel with a controversial past.
Kerry noted that the issue was a pointed difference between the two nations.
An independent report commissioned by the American Psychological Association found that some of its senior officials helped justify "enhanced interrogation."
The government must release eight videotapes depicting the force-feeding of Abu Wa'el Dhiab.
The new rule ends a decade-long practice, and one that defense lawyers say brings comfort to their clients
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.
The hostage Javier Espinosa was held for six months along with James Foley.
Abdul Rahim Abdul Razak al Janko says he was mistreated for 7 years at the prison.
The trip to Washington will be Cameron's last before the general elections in May.
The men were flown to Kabul overnight in the first such transfer of its kind to war-torn Afghanistan since 2009.
Once thought to be a top Al-Qaeda lieutenant, he's mentioned 1,000 times in the Senate report on "enhanced interrogation techniques."