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 number of detainees at the U.S. base in Cuba is down to 78 but Congress resists plans to resettle the remainder within mainland facilities.
Republican candidates have opposed an Obama administration plan to close the Guantanamo Bay prison in Cuba.
The president has been trying for years to make good on his pledge to close the facility.
Some say Aamer's rebellious behavior at Gitmo and his ability to embarrass the U.S. with what he saw behind bars prolonged his detention.
Younous Chekkouri has spent more than six weeks in detention, waiting to be sentenced or reunited with his family.
How is Obama ever going to close Guantánamo if diplomatic assurances are worthless?
Suspected of covering up a grisly death, David Martine was never charged with a crime, but never cleared either.
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.
It was the latest move in a protracted legal battle for their release.
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.
Majid Khan said interrogators threatened to beat him with a hammer, baseball bats, sticks and leather belt.
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.