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Three former Guantanamo detainees from Britain say they confessed to involvement in terrorist activity in Afghanistan after being subjected to months of physical and mental abuse.
Lawyers and civil liberties groups say the legal battle against Bush's expansion of government's powers could last many years and redefine the powers of the executive branch.
14 terrorism suspects who were transferred to Guantanamo from secret CIA prisons have been formally offered the right to request lawyers.
Majid Khan tells a military tribunal he was mentally tortured at Guantanamo and twice attempted suicide.
The father of a Guantanamo Bay detainee says his son and young children were abused in a Pakistani prison by U.S. or proxy interrogators.
Lawyers contend that the government's insistence to tighten access to detainees is an effort to keep interrogation methods secret.
Rumsfeld justifies the detention of an American-born prisoner captured in Afghanistan.
22-year-old detained American citizen held at U.S. military base in Virginia is still not charged with a crime
Supreme Court rules that military commissions established by Bush were unauthorized by federal statute and violate international law.
Federal judge upholds President Bush's new terrorism law, which established military commissions to try enemy combatants and deny them the right to challenge their detention in U.S. federal courts