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.
Iran and Russia have never claimed ignorance of the criminality they facilitate.
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.
The body of the 28-year-old Cambridge University doctoral student has been taken to a Cairo morgue.
New details emerge about the investigations into child abuse and homicide in Northern California.
An investigation into a possible case of child abuse and torture in Northern California led police to discover the bodies of two young children in a storage unit.
In a report released Tuesday, the rights group also laid out how officials who authorized the agency's "enhanced interrogation program" could be prosecuted.
The GOP candidate's latest slew of incendiary comments include support for bringing back a torture mechanism.
Relatives pay brokers tens of thousands of dollars to find out if their loved ones are still alive, says the report.
How is Obama ever going to close Guantánamo if diplomatic assurances are worthless?
The elections come weeks after Saudi Arabia was appointed head of a human rights panel.
A report from the group cited the discovery of mass graves, among other things.
Younous Chekkouri's lawyers hope a short letter from the Justice Department will help free him.
ACLU files lawsuit against two psychologists responsible for CIA's use of brutal interrogation techniques such as waterboarding.
Suspected of covering up a grisly death, David Martine was never charged with a crime, but never cleared either.
Younis Chekkouri was repatriated to Morocco, but is being held in an undisclosed location as he is investigated.
Zubaydah, a Guantanamo Bay detainee, lost one eye and was waterboarded 83 times while held by the CIA.
APA votes nearly unanimously for resolution following damning reports the association colluded with CIA and Pentagon.
It is easy and convenient to blame a few bad apples, but the crisis in psychology runs far deeper.
Psychologists were allowed to participate in interrogations if they adhered to U.S. law, but they violated every international code of medical ethics.
An independent report commissioned by the American Psychological Association found that some of its senior officials helped justify "enhanced interrogation."
Experts say the U.S. needs to rethink how its interrogators are trained.
The report described extrajudicial killings, widespread torture, sexual slavery and enforced labor.
George Washington abhorred torture and so should we.