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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.

  1. Seventeen detainees picked up in Pakistan still in Gitmo

    Tallahassee Democrat 10/16/2008 - 16:50

    Plans to release the 17 Uighurs from Guantanamo are on hold as the US government attempts to block their release into the United States.

  2. Considering the War-Crimes Trial of the Bush

    The Village Voice   10/16/2008 - 16:36

    Over the weekend of September 13 and 14, a historic gathering in Andover, Massachusetts, took place and garnered little media attention. But at that two-day conference, serious plans were laid for a war-crimes trial of the Bush…

  3. Vince Warren Addresses the Need to Restore Constitutional

    International Business Times 10/13/2008 - 16:44

    Warren's "100 Days" talk is part of a larger CCR campaign designed tocommunicate the concerns of Americans through a series of white papers,videos, speaking tours and online activism, thus bringing Constitutionaland human rights issues into…

  4. Finally, Whistleblowers Report from the Inside on the NSA Program, by CCR Attorney Shayana Kadidal

    Huffington Post 10/13/2008 - 16:39

    One month after the NSA's warrantless wiretapping program was disclosed by the New York Times in December 2005, we sued to put an end to it. In the two and a half years since then,…

  5. Judge orders 17 Chinese Muslims released from Guantanamo Bay

    Los Angeles Times 10/13/2008 - 13:18

    A Federal judge has ordered the release of 17 Chinese Uighurs after over six years of imprisonment in Guantanamo. The Uighurs were cleared of charges over four years ago, but were kept because the lack…

  6. Six Years Inside Gitmo: A Journalist's Tale

    Time Magazine 10/06/2008 - 16:41

    An al-Jazeera cameraman, recently freed from Guantanamo, speaks to Time Magazine about his detention and release. 

  7. Defense Contractor Claims Immunity in Iraq Torture

    Seattle Times 10/06/2008 - 16:32

    Defense contractor, CACI, claims immunity from charges that interrogators they supplied to Abu Ghraib were used to torture prisoners.

  8. Expanded Powers to Search Travelers at Borders Detailed

    Washington Post 09/26/2008 - 15:22

    "The U.S. government has quietly recast policies that affect the way information is gathered from U.S. citizens and others crossing the border and what is done with it, including relaxing a two-decade-old policy that placed a high bar…

  9. Suicide on the Brink of Release

    Washington Post 09/26/2008 - 15:15

    "When Mani al-Utaybi fixed a makeshift noose around his neck and hanged himself in a Guantanamo Bay cell in June 2006, the Saudi Arabian detainee had been close to being transferred to his homeland and freed,…

  10. The Next Prez's Superpowers

    MotherJones 09/26/2008 - 15:12