The Pentagon should have included more laws in its assessment of conditions, some experts argue.
Yasin Ismail's case highlights the difficulty of verifying conditions of confinement.
President Obama must decide whether to embrace or change Bush's detention policies.
Readers write about the ripple effect that the US's treatment of its prisoners has on others, erroneous reports from the Middle East, how President Obama is doing so far, and the circumstances that influence green purchases.
More access by Red Cross workers is likely, but legal analysts are split on whether the prison camp will be less punitive after an Obama-ordered review.
In three executive orders signed Thursday, he departs sharply from Bush's policies on Guantanamo, CIA prisons, and harsh interrogation tactics.
President Obama orders a thorough review of pending terror cases.
The UN Security Council resolution calls for an 'immediate ceasefire,' followed by an Israeli withdrawal from Gaza, amid warnings about a worsening humanitarian situation.
Island nation struggles with a flood of illegal migrants bound for Europe.
The move sets the stage for an appeals court to review the rights of Guantánamo prisoners.