CIA torture report
The heavily redacted cables detail brutal treatment of Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, the suspected mastermind of an attack on the USS Cole that killed 17 sailors.
Former CIA deputy director Michael Morell admits the intelligence on Iraq's supposed WMD was bad — but he stands by the agency's so-called 'enhanced interrogation' methods.
The UK Foreign Office has admitted that government ministers met with senate officials, including US presidential hopeful Marco Rubio, several more times than previously disclosed.
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.
In the week after the Senate released its report on the CIA's enhanced interrogation tactics, Dick Cheney and other neocons were spinning their wheels to defend the torture program.
What the auto-generated, 728-page fictional treatment of the CIA torture report can tell us that actual the document can't.
We talked to Stephen Soldz, founder of the Coalition for an Ethical Psychology, about the dark theories behind the CIA's enhanced interrogation tactics.
How a satirical and obviously fake article from the 1970s was used to prop up the CIA's torture program.
Both are form of state-sponsored violence, both are based around irrational fears, and both are proving incredibly hard to eradicate for good.
But the association has been criticized for the role it may have played in the CIA's enhanced interrogation techniques.
Among the least surprising findings of the Senate's CIA torture report is that the agency lied about enhanced interrogation. A lot. To everyone.