In an important victory for transparency, a federal appeals court today put an end to the CIA's absurd claims that it "cannot confirm or deny" whether it has information about the government's use of drones to carry out targeted killings.
Prosecutors will not appeal a federal judge’s decision to allow “American Taliban” convict John Walker Lindh to pray in groups daily with other Muslim inmates at a high-security prison in Terre Haute.
The fear of surveillance suppresses religious practice, speech and political expression in America, write authors.
British citizenship used to be for life - but a growing number of people are being stripped of their passports. BBC Radio 4's Law in Action programme investigates.
If you have the time, please look at “Abu Ghaith and All Terror Suspects Should Be Tried in Federal Courts,” an article I wrote that was published yesterday as part of US News & World Report’s “Debate Club.”
''Torture is never acceptable, nor do we hand over people to countries that do torture.” President Bush, 27 January 2005.
- In an unusual public testimony, the U.S. government has publicly stated that no “indefinite detention” is taking place among detainees at the military prison in Guantánamo Bay.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A federal appeals court on Wednesday upheld the conviction of a Northern California man who was sentenced to 24 years in prison for attending an al-Qaida terrorist training camp and plotting against targets in the United States.
Reports are emerging from the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay that a majority of the prisoners are on a hunger strike.
Given the history of political apologies, the chances of Abdel Hakim Belhaj ever getting an apology for his extraordinary rendition and torture were slim
Over 100 inmates at the notorious US Guantanamo military prison and torture camp have joined a hunger strike, protesting their indefinite detention and worsening conditions there.
President Obama's nomination of John Brennan to head the CIA succeeded despite questions about the administration's lethal drone program.
The New York Times’ front-page account of the U.S. assassination of Anwar al-Awlaki has drawn criticism from critics of the Obama administration’s targeted killings overseas.
WASHINGTON -- For the first time since President Barack Obama was re-elected, administration officials this week formally answered questions about human rights violations at the Guantanamo Bay detention center for suspected terrorists, but they avoided offering any timeframe for closing the facility.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has busted an impressive number of homegrown terror plots over the past decade, but many people don't realize how these plots materialize.
Extradition and Guantanamos at home : Injustice & Talha Ahsan
Forgotten Women of the "war on terror"
Question Time - The Arab spring: beyond the confusion
March and rally for Shaker Aamer
Tackling Extremism: An Ideological Attack on Muslim Communities I
New job vacancy at CagePrisoners
CagePrisoners tours South Africa
Preventing terrorism or recreating Islam?
Rest in Power, Mandela
Blacklisted for being Muslim: On Quilliam, the EDL and the Islamophobia industry
Al-Qaeda? they don't know the ABC of it!