Republicans unveiled the Detaining Terrorists to Protect America Act of 2015, which calls for a moratorium on the transfer of medium- and high-risk detainees from the camp at Guantanamo Bay.
Recently released documents show that before Samir Khan died in a September 2011 drone strike in Yemen, the FBI thought about using him as an informant.
In addition to being a detention facility, Guantanamo was set up as a place to experiment with interrogation techniques and test 'the limits of the human spirit,' a new report finds.
"I do believe there's another side of you, a side that this court views as evil," the judge said in sentencing the one-eyed, handless imam.
In a letter to President Obama, the outgoing chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee outlined steps to prevent the 'future use' of torture.
Military officials at Guantanamo Bay are now allowing well-behaved hunger strikers to kick back and chillax during force-feeding sessions.
The US Released Five More Gitmo Inmates — But Congress Made Closing the Prison Even Harder This Year
Three Tunisians and two Yemenis held for more than a decade without charge or trial were transferred by the US early Wednesday morning to Kazakhstan.
The facility that rebranded suicide attempts as "self-injurious behavior," and called shackles "humane restraints," outdid itself with the new euphemism they unveiled this year.
The CIA commissioned its own internal report on the agency's 'enhanced interrogation' program, but almost nothing has been known about it — till now.
Renewed diplomatic relations between the US and Cuba have been announced, but there are still several unresolved questions concerning Guantanamo.
In an exclusive interview with VICE News, the architect of the CIA's enhanced interrogation program confirms his role and reveals concerns he raised to the CIA about 'abuses.'
For the first time, Dr. James Mitchell has confirmed he played a role in developing the CIA interrogation program lambasted by the Senate torture report.
The CIA had 'more money than [it] could possibly spend' to build black site prisons in other countries, bribe foreign officials, and more.
The long-awaited report on the CIA's interrogation program found that the agency often misled the White House and used harsher techniques than it let on.
Despite bipartisan support, the bill may be killed because of Rockefeller, who has close ties to the agencies the bill seeks to make more transparent.
After two years of arguing with the CIA and White House over what can and cannot be included in the report, the Senate is set to release it Monday.
Primary Sources: Emails Show FBI Worked to Debunk 'Conspiracy Theories' Following Michael Hastings' Death
After journalist Michael Hastings died in a car crash, the FBI scrambled to respond to questions about their investigation of him.
The force-feeding of prisoners at Guantanamo Bay prison is one among a raft of alleged offenses committed by the United States military, says UN panel against torture.
VICE News reviewed evidence and witness testimony presented to the grand jury in the case of Michael Brown and found many troubling details.
The Department of Defense has ordered military personnel and their families to avoid the St. Louis metropolitan area due to "ongoing sensitivities" in the city of Ferguson.