Bush has now publicly admitted to signing off on the CIA's torture tactics. That seals the case against him.
An appeals court ruling that foreigners held at Bagram can't challenge their detention gives the military an easy way to avoid legal review: send all detainees to Afghanistan, no matter where they're captured.
David Cole on Dawn Johnsen, Greg Kaufmann on Stephen Friedman's windfall profits and Clarissa A. León on Islam Siddiqui, "pesticide pusher"
After 9/11, it's less controversial to kill a suspect in cold blood than to hold him in preventive detention.
Liz Cheney's witch hunt against lawyers who represented Guantánamo detainees is a new low.
Spain is leading the charge to criminally investigate US government officials over torture.
To try alleged 9/11 perpetrators without handing Al Qaeda a propaganda victory, the trial must be fair beyond question.
The Ninth Circuit rules that John Ashcroft can be held accountable for the "paradigm of prevention" that led to unlawful detainment of a US citizen.
Momentum is growing for some form of official accountability on the Bush administration's practice of torture, surveillance and detentions without trial.