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Only the prosecutors know what the war court judge has ordered, but they won’t discuss it because it’s a secret.
A Navy nurse refuses to force-feed a Guantánamo detainee; a hunger striker describes it as an act of conscientious objection.
The prison camps at Guantánamo get their 14th commander during the 13th Ramadan in U.S. custody for most detainees.
Army judge Pohl wrote in his order that he was handing off the USS Cole case, and keeping the complex Sept. 11 prosecution of Khalid Sheik Mohammed and four others to ensure continuity, avoid conflicts.
The Pentagon is shopping for airport-style scanners for its prison in southeast Cuba, but the military won’t say whether its routine genital searches of detainees will continue.
Despite Monday’s decision to allow closely held companies to abstain from covering birth control because of religious beliefs, some eligible companies will continue to offer at least some contraceptive benefits.
“I believed it was important for me to take photos and capture moments of bravery even if I had died doing so." — U.S. soldier and war photographer Elisha Leo Dawkins
A petty officer is facing charges dating back to 2010 in South Carolina; the proceedings are at District 7 headquarters in Miami.
Defense counsel memo summarizing the judge’s order, obtained by the Herald, says U.S. still must reveal many details of secret, overseas prison network.
An Iraqi prisoner at Guantánamo who is accused of commanding al-Qaida’s army after the Sept. 11 terror attacks wants a civilian lawyer to help him gather evidence in war-torn Iraq and Afghanistan as an act of pragmatism, the captiv...