... a call for US military intervention in Syria that's straight out of the neocon playbook. What could go wrong?
The SERF index, a new way to measure human rights in a country, may provide a more accurate assessment of a country's human rights effort.
'Preliminary review' looks at whether interrogations followed guidance of the Bush 'torture memos.'
Obama releases four secret memos detailing detainee treatment under Bush. Human rights groups slam his promise not to prosecute intelligence officials.
In three executive orders signed Thursday, he departs sharply from Bush's policies on Guantanamo, CIA prisons, and harsh interrogation tactics.
The move sets the stage for an appeals court to review the rights of Guantánamo prisoners.
Troy Davis, a Georgia inmate, asked for a new trial after seven witnesses recanted their testimony.
The jury in the Hamdan case gives a mixed result, but it's seen as a victory for Bush administration.