Khalid Sheikh Mohammed
The Masterminds of the CIA’s Torture Program Are About to Reveal How They Interrogated Accused 9/11 Plotters
The two psychologists will likely reveal how the CIA, in the wake of 9/11, turned to waterboarding, cramped confinement, sleep deprivation, mock burials, 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.
Ten minutes into a long-delayed pre-trial hearing, Walid bin Attash told his lawyers that he no longer trusted them and wished to represent himself.
A declassified report by the CIA's internal watchdog on the state of the agency in the lead-up to and aftermath of 9/11 describes a chaotic atmosphere and an overworked, under-qualified staff.
Bauer, now a reporter for Mother Jones, was one of three Americans arrested while hiking near Iraq's unmarked border with Iran.
At a parole hearing on Tuesday, Abdul Rahman Shalabi will make the case that the US should release him to a Saudi rehabilitation program for extremists.
In an exclusive interview with VICE News, the architect of the CIA's enhanced interrogation program confirms his role and reveals concerns he raised to the CIA about 'abuses.'
A $25 million reward and a good informant, not torture, led the CIA to Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.
Lawyers argue that the new prison guard policy at Guantanamo could put in jeopardy the government's ability to seek the death penalty for certain detainees.
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed's military commission at Guantanamo Bay is a guarded affair. It will be the trial of the century, the first attempt at bringing a high-level war-on-terror detainee to justice.
If the trial had happened in federal court in New York City, like the Obama administration originally wanted, it’s unlikely that the surreal shenanigans of justice that went down this week at the Khalid Sheikh Mohammed’s pre-trial hearings in...