Eight key questions for Trump's attorney general pick.
Releasing the unpublished torture photos could remind Americans of the revolting damage torture policies caused.
The new administration will be anti-Muslim, anti-civil rights and anti-immigrant.
The case had gained worldwide attention for the grisly nature of the murders.
The Republican presidential nominee's comments about torture and minority groups make him "dangerous," Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein said.
Shiite militias in Iraq detained, tortured and abused far more Sunni civilians during the American-backed capture of the town of Falluja in June than U.S. officials have publicly acknowledged.
Amnesty International says over 300 people die in Syrian prisons every month.
Amnesty International documented 24 cases of abduction in Aleppo and Idlib governorates.
Women reported being arbitrarily arrested and sexually abused by police and the military.
One in five could imagine performing torture themselves.
Asked how severely one defendant was whipped, a deputy said, "Not too much for a Negro; not as much as I would have done if it were left to me."
The decision was a victory for two former prisoners who say they were tortured in secret prisons abroad.
A recent ruling in Oslo is yet another strike against a form of punishment that reeks of medievalism.
The 22-year-old is alleged to have tortured and interrogated his girlfriend in a fit of jealous rage.
A released Ukrainian POW tells of the beatings and electrocutions that make up daily life.
Two California children found dead in a storage unit late last year were the subject of multiple requests for investigations into their well-being yet remained in the same home until their deaths.
The group of CIA, FBI, DEA and military intelligence officials wrote an open letter to the 2016 field.
Former spy agency lawyer John Rizzo predicts many would resign if ordered to resume waterboarding.
Over 4,000 people are demanding an investigation into the death and apparent torture of the PhD student.
Tens of thousands of people are being held in government custody, according to the U.N.