What Should Trump Do About Gitmo?
Trump has boasted he will "load it up with bad dudes."
How U.S. Torture Meant No Justice for 9/11 Victims
After September 11, the U.S. turned to torture, indefinite detention and unfair trials.
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.
Guantanamo Bay Detainees Remain in Near Perpetual Limbo
The U.S. spends $91 million annually on trials at the base, which houses 61 inmates.
Yemeni Prisoner Moved From Guantanamo Bay to Italy
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.
9 Yemenis Moved From Guantanamo Bay to Saudi Arabia
Transfers come just days before Obama visits Saudi Arabia for a meeting of Gulf Arab allies.
Two Guantanamo Detainees Flown to Senegal to Resettle
The two men were the first of a group of about a dozen who are expected to be transferred in coming weeks.
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.
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.
Pentagon Thwarts Obama's Effort to Close Gitmo: Report
Since Obama took office in 2009, some say Pentagon officials have been throwing up many bureaucratic obstacles.
The U.S. Has Consigned My Innocent Husband to a Moroccan Jail
How is Obama ever going to close Guantánamo if diplomatic assurances are worthless?
Shaker Aamer's Lawyer: Free Guantanamo Inmates Now
Cori Crider sat in Cuba 14 years ago and imagined what Shaker Aamer would be like. Today, he is finally free.
'Groundhog Day From Hell': Released From Guantanamo Bay, Rearrested in Morocco
Younous Chekkouri's lawyers hope a short letter from the Justice Department will help free him.
A Former CIA Interrogator on Death, Torture and the Dark Side
Suspected of covering up a grisly death, David Martine was never charged with a crime, but never cleared either.
Bin Laden's Bodyguard Transferred From Guantanamo Bay to Saudi Arabia
The Pentagon confirms that Abdul Shalabi has been released after 10 years at the camp.
Recent Gitmo Release Held in Morocco on Suspicion of Terrorism
Younis Chekkouri was repatriated to Morocco, but is being held in an undisclosed location as he is investigated.
How a Botched Translation Landed Emad Hassan in Gitmo
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.
U.S. Has No Intention of Altering Guantanamo Base Lease, Kerry Says
Kerry noted that the issue was a pointed difference between the two nations.
U.S. Military Bans McDonald's and Other Food From Gitmo Legal Meetings
The new rule ends a decade-long practice, and one that defense lawyers say brings comfort to their clients
Nurse Who Refused to Force-Feed Gitmo Detainees to Return to Work
The Navy decided not to discharge the man, who will be reassigned to a new position in New England.
Former Guantanamo Prisoner Released on Bail
Omar Khadr was captured by the U.S. and admitted killing a U.S. army medic in a firefight in Afghanistan
ISIS Used Guantanamo as Model, Former Hostage Says
The hostage Javier Espinosa was held for six months along with James Foley.
Supreme Court Rejects Guantanamo Detainee Treatment Cases
Abdul Rahim Abdul Razak al Janko says he was mistreated for 7 years at the prison.
To Live and Die in Gitmo
The military brass says three detainees simultaneously killed themselves. A decorated soldier who saw what he wasn't supposed to see believes it was something much, much worse.
CIA Torture Report's Abu Zubaydah Surprised the Truth Came Out
Once thought to be a top Al-Qaeda lieutenant, he's mentioned 1,000 times in the Senate report on "enhanced interrogation techniques."
More Prisoners Leave Guantanamo, This Time for Uruguay
With Sunday's release, the Guantanamo prisoner population has been whittled down to 136.
Will Guantanamo Force-Feeding Videos Become ISIS Propaganda?
Obama administration to appeal district court's decision to release tapes.