A new government report says at least four released Guantanamo Bay detainees have "returned to terrorist activities" in the first half of 2016.
US lawmakers are once again trying to use the annual defense spending bill to block the transfer of Guantanamo Bay detainees who have been cleared for release.
The Pentagon announces the release of 15 Guantanamo detainees, Trump promises the "extreme vetting" of Muslim migrants, US Olympic runner Allyson Felix makes history winning silver, and more.
Fifteen Gitmo detainees have been transferred to the United Arab Emirates — the largest single release of detainees from the facility during Barack Obama's presidency.
A gut-wrenching uncovering of the War on Terror’s violations of human rights emerges in Edmund Clark’s solo show at IWC London.
Abu Zubaydah, a Saudi national, served as the guinea pig for the CIA's torture program. For the first time, his account of his captivity has been made public.
The Senate unanimously approved Eric Fanning to be the next secretary of the Army, making him the first openly gay leader of a US military service branch.
A Department of Defense report shows that before transferring detainees to other countries, the US required only non-binding assurances torture wouldn't be used.
Gitmo is one of the few places in the world that are under the rule of law but still not really anyone's property, making it both a weird legal outlier and a unique asset.
It might sound far-fetched. Is it though?
The latest twice-yearly US government report tracking former Guantanamo detainees found that an additional six are suspected of engaging in terrorist or insurgent activities.