Democratic presidential candidates sparred over how they'd close one of the worst excesses of the war on terror.
A never-ending war may mean a life sentence for being classified as an enemy combatant.
Navy Rear Admiral John Ring's legacy will likely be defined by his funding requests to build a new prison for aging inmates.
The USS Cole defense team came to believe their meetings with their client were being bugged.
In Civilian Court, Terrorist Sentenced After 17 Months; At Guantanamo Tribunal, Still No Trials After 17 Years
And yet we supposedly need Gitmo because civilian courts aren't up to the task.
The prison camp on the island of Cuba will remain open indefinitely.
The Pentagon must give the ACLU an opportunity to contest any proposed transfer before it happens.
Pentagon argues it does not need to provide a legal basis for deciding to transfer the unidentified detainee.
Senator reacts to Comey hearing while unveiling new legislation to halt indefinite detention.
Will we ever truly know the full extent that we used waterboarding and abusive techniques on prisoners during the war on terror?
Mohamedou Ould Slahi wrote best-selling book about torture, imprisonment, and survival.
Doesn't appear to be doing much to get Congress on board.
We have a presidential frontrunner who openly embraces abusing prisoners.
Promised to close it years ago.
Mohamedou Ould Slahi's request for federal court to intervene in confinement conditions at Guantanamo denied.
New story sees roots of Guantanamo abuse in law enforcement agency's troubled past.
The Obama Administration Is Fighting the Release of Videos Showing The Force-Feeding of Prisoners at Guantanamo Bay
If the government believes what it does at Gitmo is humane, it ought to release the videos and prove it.
Media outlets had been fighting for the release
The law prohibits providing material assistance to a terrorist organization, which is what Obama did in releasing five untried Taliban leaders.
French oil tanker bombed in 2002
One step backward, one step forward
His lawyers told a Periodic Review Board that he wants to start an agricultural business
Whether he'll actually be returned to Yemen is another question entirely
Foreign ministry spokesman says they should have been sent to China
Government of Slovakia has taken them
Lawmakers have already eased restrictions on transferring detainees
Complaints about prison treatment
Neither were charged with a crime