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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.
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
Supreme Court to take up a constitutional challenge to Bush's decision to try alleged war criminals before a military tribuanal at Guantanamo
Military officials claim the suicde of three Guantanamo prisoners a form of coordinated protest.
Detainees' stories emerge in court.
Deputy director of Guantanamo's legal office sent out a list of detainees names to CCR, after its request to the Defense Department was denied
Pentagon lawyer testifies that the Bush administration never planned to provide defense attorneys with the names of detainees.
Navy lawyer charged with unlawfully releasing a list of Guantanamo detainee names to a civil liberties group.
Guantanamo review boards often fall short as a source of due process for detainees.
American Bar Association backs out of an agreement to find lawyers for Guantanamo detainees