At a parole hearing on Tuesday, Abdul Rahman Shalabi will make the case that the US should release him to a Saudi rehabilitation program for extremists.
A committee that advises the Secretary of Defense has recommended that military healthcare workers be allowed to bow out of medical procedures that violate their profession's code of ethics.
A federal judge was not swayed by the argument that national security and US soldiers would be at great risk if the 2,100 photographs in question were publicly released.
The National Intelligence Assessment was the classified document used to justify the invasion of Iraq. Newly declassified, it tells a much different story than the Bush administration told 12 years ago.
An email sent to Clinton's private email address by a State Department spokesman on Christmas Eve 2010 is the first to be released, and was obtained exclusively by VICE News.
A biannual report has found that nine former detainees, all of whom were released during the Bush administration, have 're-engaged' since July.
Documents obtained by VICE News show that administration officials knew of lawmakers' objections for years, then failed to keep their word that they would consult Congress before taking action.
VICE News obtained Defense Intelligence Agency documents concerning the alleged damage caused by the leaks. But they were essentially blank.
Emails obtained by VICE News have Congressional Republicans wondering how much influence the White House exerted on the FCC's net neutrality decisions.
Senators squared off with Obama administration officials today during a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on the future of the detention facility.
While investigating Samir Khan, the North Carolina blogger who was eventually killed in a drone strike in Yemen, the FBI consulted 'The True Believer.'
Although the Senate released the summary of its torture report in December, the battle between the Intelligence Committee and the CIA shows no signs of abating.
A CIA lawyer revealed what kind of information the agency redacted in the report's 499-page summary, and the reasoning behind the redactions.
A military legal document obtained by VICE News acknowledges that according to international law and medical ethics, force-feeding a mentally competent person is 'never acceptable.'
Though the government heavily redacted portions of Mohamedou Ould Slahi's 'Guantanamo Diary,' the detention facility won't even allow Slahi to read the book.
The new Republican chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee is trying to prevent the public from seeing a scathing 6,900-page report about the CIA's enhanced interrogation program.
Addressing for the first time a Congress with Republican majorities in both chambers, Obama is discussing the economy, Cuba, cybersecurity, the Islamic State, and more.
The same week Republican senators moved to limit transfers of Gitmo detainees, British PM David Cameron pleaded Aamer's case to President Obama.
Another example of why America's FOIA laws are in need of reform: It took 10 months for CENTCOM to process a request that resulted in 15 blank pages.
Panel: The CIA Didn't Spy on the US Senate — But the Senate Improperly Accessed Documents From the CIA
A CIA accountability board found no fault with the CIA in the ongoing fight over the torture report — but it did find that Senate staffers stole documents from the CIA.