Jason Leopold and Kaj Larsen joined 'On The Line' to take your questions about their recent documentary, 'The Italian Job.'
Convicted in absentia for the 2003 rendition of Muslim cleric Abu Omar, former CIA officer Sabrina De Sousa tells VICE News why she's still battling to clear her name.
Activists responded to a report that Chicago police beat detainees, denied access to counsel, and kept arrestees out of the booking system at a warehouse called Homan Square.
A European court determined that the prisoners were detained and subjected to waterboarding and other practices at a remote base in Poland run by US agents.
A detailed investigation by a human rights NGO cross references flight data with information on detainee movements from the Senate Intelligence Committee torture report.
The fate of Redha al-Najar — a Tunisian man who was repeatedly tortured during more than 13 years in US custody — remains a mystery after the US handed him over to the Afghan government.
For more than a decade, campaigners have been investigating whether America held terror suspects at a "black site" on the British Indian Ocean territory.
The Foreign Office has reverted back to its original claim that records of flights through Diego Garcia, the British territory implicated in the CIA's global abduction operation, have been destroyed by water damage.