This morning in Times Square, about a hundred protesters -- some in orange jumpsuits and black hoods resembling the ones worn by detainees at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp -- reignited their campaign to have President Obama close the camp.
Kristen Stewart spent five Twilight films getting rescued by werewolves and vampires. Consider Camp X-Ray her rebuttal to a half-decade of playing damsels in distress. As Guantanamo guard Private Cole, Stewart is punched, bloodied, and spat on -- and that's just the first 10 minutes. When her comman ... More >>
A lot of Americans breathed a little easier last week when a federal judge ruled that the National Defense Authorization Act -- which allows the executive branch, after thinking about it for a minute, to throw anyone in a military jail forever, effectively doing an end-run around the judicial branch ... More >>
A look inside Guantanamo Bay
Today advisors have told the Associated Press that one of Obama's first acts as president will be to close Gitmo. While the physical closing of Gitmo may take some time, they said, he's going to issue the executive order in "his first week in office -- and perhaps his first day." Besides the obvio ... More >>
The U.S. government has released a Sudanese cameraman detained in Guantanamo Bay since 2002, according to al Jazeera. The only confirmed journalist to be imprisoned in Guantanamo, Sami al-Hajj was working for the satellite network al Jazeera when he was detained in Afghanistan by Pakistani troops, ... More >>
In 2007, the 'reality show' of the American rule of law, for the world to see.
The Supreme Court ordered him to treat detainees as "civilized peoples" do. He refuses.
The elephant in Guantanamo's living room gets 4,200 calories a day and a Koran
A report, based entirely on Defense Department documents, exposes the truth about Guantánamo
What are we going to do with the secret prisoners who cannot be tried in our courts?
Seton Hall study: Guantanamo filled with hapless proles
U.S. Senate proves as disdainful of the Constitution as George W. Bush. Be forewarned.
Circling the wagons around the defense secretary and his commander in chief
ACLU releases documents of U.S. torture of detainees by more than 'a few bad apples'
Bush's new attorney general helped write the Patriot Act and supported torture
Powers Formerly Reserved Only for Kings
The Other Guantánamos
A Lawyer's Unpopular Cause Could Save Civil Liberties