The latest news on torture
Human rights activists are concerned that it is part of a larger trend of the CIA trying to "rewrite history."
The American public doesn't care much to discuss the uncomfortable lessons of our involvement in Iraq over the past decade.
The retired general says it didn’t work and is a "slippery slope you can’t climb back up."
Human Rights Watch alleges subjects were waterboarded, delivered to dictator under Bush's watch.
Richard Killmer, a Presbyterian minister, hopes to convince legislators that torture is wrong.
Former Bush official discusses controversial policies, and his new book ‘Crisis and Command.’
Let history be history on “enhanced interrogations,” and let us be glad for their success.
The memo shows the technique used didn't follow the legal guidelines for "enhanced interrogations."
Reported blowup over "torture" investigation suggests an administration shakeup could be near.
CIA Director Leon Panetta is right about what Cheney wants.