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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.
The United States said on Monday it had transferred two men held at its military prison at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba for nearly 8 years to Algeria and Cape Verde, and rights groups said the…
The Stewart case is meant to intimidate attorneys who defend controversial clients.
New York City’s police force, in its fight against crime, has increasingly used a strategy known as “stop, question and frisk,” which allows officers to stop someone based on a reasonable suspicion of crime. One…
SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO -- More prisoners at Guantanamo Bay are sharing meals and recreation time with fellow inmates -- an easing of conditions that has led to fewer assaults against guards at the U.S.…
Last Wednesday, the House Agricultural Committee approved House Resolution 4645, which would lift the travel, the only country in the world to which the U.S. government prohibits visits by its visitors.
How human rights advocates investigating torture ended up snooping on the CIA—and in hot water with the feds.
Free speech challenge: 'material support' held to be illegal, even if it seems benign
Americans can face potential criminal charges for supporting the political and humanitarian efforts of foreign groups listed as terror organizations, the Supreme Court ruled yesterday.
Mahar Arar's quest to force the U.S. government to come clean about why he was shipped by the Bush administration to Syria and tortured has been bolstered by a letter from Foreign Minister Lawrence Cannon,…
When Syed Hashmi, a former Brooklyn College student charged with providing material support to Al Qaeda, goes on trial this week in Manhattan, the jury will be anonymous, a judge ruled on Monday.