The Pentagon has no target date for drawing up its Guantánamo prison closure plan, no estimates of the costs of military detention of war-on-terror detainees in the U.S., and settled on no future site surveys aside from Kansas and South Carolina.
Pentagon staff toured Fort Leavenworth in Kansas and are bound for Charleston, S.C., helping to design an already controversial proposed plan to close the war-on-terror prison at Guantánamo Bay by moving captives to the U.S.
The Justice Department urged a federal judge on Friday not to order the release of a prisoner at Guantánamo Bay who has been on hunger strike for more than eight years and is described by his lawyers as being at risk of imminent death.
Are Guantánamo detainees on the cellblocks being drawn to ISIS, the al-Qaida challenger that’s emerged in the Middle East since their capture by the U.S. military? It’s a new U.S. intelligence concern.
Behind a Cuban minefield is the U.S. military’s last broadcasting trove of vinyl records. They’ve been kept there long after military authorities recalled them in the 1990s, during the transition to newer technology.
A leading American nursing organization is conferring an ethics award on a career Navy nurse who refused to force-feed hunger strikers last summer, even as, his attorney says, he is at risk of having his career cut short by the episode.