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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 NYC Council and Public Safety Committee call on Police Commissioner Ray Kelly to end the practice of archiving digital files on all individuals, including the innocent, who are stopped by police. The issue raises privacy…
Though the NYC police department insists its "stop-and-frisk" strategy has reduced crime, data indicates otherwise.
The Justice Department does not suggest disciplining of former Bush administration who authorized waterboarding.
The Office of Professional Responsibility makes no suggestions for holding accountable the former Bush administration lawyers who issued legal memos authorizing waterboarding, John C. Yoo and Jay S. Bybee, in its final investigative report.
Recently released secret C.I.A. documents reveal that members of Congress were aware that suspected terrorists were tortured.
The Supreme Court decides not to immediately hear Uighur case.
Memos from a closed briefing in 2003 show there was no opposition to CIA plan to destroy videotapes of brutal interrogations.
Ralph D. Fertig, a 79-year-old civil rights lawyer, says he would like to help a militant Kurdish group in Turkey find peaceful ways to achieve its goals. But he fears prosecution under a law banning…
In a dispute that reflects the religious and political divides in this contested city, representatives of long-established Palestinian families petitioned the United Nations on Wednesday for help in trying to stop Israel and the Simon…
The Swiss government rebuffed Chinese protests Wednesday and agreed to give sanctuary to two brothers of the Muslim Uighur minority who had been cleared for release from Guantánamo, but feared persecution if they went home.