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An up-to-date archive of major press coverage of CCR's work and opinion pieces. Articles are available either on the original publisher's site or as a PDF.
Say what you will about President Obama, but something is undeniable: When it comes to immigration his administration has been consistent in speaking from both sides of its mouth. Take the case of Haiti, for…
More than a third of Guantanamo detainees since 2002 have been considered "high-risk," according to 79 individual military assessments obtained by the secrets-spilling organization Wikileaks and released by several news outlets. (Vincent Warren, al-Zahrani)
The U.S. expulsion of convicts, on hold for a year after the quake, resumes to the outcry of rights activists.
A California woman's lawsuit against Wal-Mart Stores Inc. that has grown into the biggest sex discrimination case in history is poised to go before the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday, and the outcome could change…
It felt like an epic decision in June 2008 when a bitterly divided Supreme court decided that terrorism suspects detained at Guantanamo Bay had access to federal courts to challenge their confinement.
Inside the secret, mostly Muslim prisons that ban virtually all contact with the outside world.
Scott Brown's column repeated "facts" about the Guantanamo detainees that are not at all certain ("9/11 justice delayed," March 23).
Anser Mehmood ran a small trucking business in Bayonne, NJ. But Sept. 11 turned his life upside down. A Pakistani who had overstayed his visa, he was soon caught up in the …
To the Editor: "Discord Grows on the Politics of Intervention" (front page, March 8) describes the tactical and political risks of American intervention in Libya, but nowhere does it state that such…
Virginia: Richmond Prisoners will have access to a guide that teaches them how to file lawsuits under a settlement with the Department of Corrections. The National Lawyers Guild and the Center for…