Keeping it Open Makes Us Less Safe
If the Taliban prisoners released could have been prosecuted, they should have been
Terrorists face real consequences in US civilian courts
The perverse rules governing the September 11 trials
The family of a Gitmo detainee twice cleared for transfer remains pessimistic, despite Obama's speech vowing reform
Why Obama doesn’t need Congress to start to make good on his promise.
Fundamental due process problems and the slow pace frustrate family members.
New revelations at Guantánamo show the walls have ears, and justice is being made a mockery.