The US Wants To Remake The World's Prisons In Its Own Image
The US sees prisons across the Middle East and West Africa as key fronts in the war against extremism, and believes the world would be a safer place if they were run the American way. But is the US's much-criticized prison system really a good model for others? Doug Bock Clark visited Cañon City, Colorado, to find out.
Report: American Psychological Association Helped Justify Bush-Era Torture
The most prominent association of psychologists in North America allegedly worked with former President George W. Bush's administration to justify torturing prisoners detained after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, according to a report obtained by the New York Times.
Guantanamo Defense Team Demands Release Of Full CIA Torture Report
The legal team defending one of the five 9/11 co-conspirators currently on trial at Guantanamo Bay is demanding U.S. military prosecutors hand over the complete version of a classified Senate report on the CIA's controversial interrogation program.