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Behind closed doors, Guantánamo secret court talks about the CIA, torture and rights

The CIA used an alleged accomplice in the Sept. 11 terror attacks as a test subject to train new interrogators. Agents diapered or left naked a one-legged CIA captive during …
Khalid Sheik Mohammed, at left, in a photo released by the CIA soon after his March 2003 capture in Pakistan. At right, a never-published mug shot soon after his September 2006 transfer to Guantánamo, shows dramatic weight loss during his time in CIA custody. The mug shot, which also shows the arms of two soldiers in camo fatigues holding him, was taken from a chart of cell assignments at the covert Camp 7 obtained by McClatchy.
Fresh off Russia trip, Granger calls Trump-Putin meeting ‘alarming’
Interior Secretary Zinke to visit California as GOP steps up fight over state’s water
A tight race is shaping up in an NC district that Democrats have a chance to flip
Mark Sanford accuses primary opponent of lying about offshore drilling stance
Now the party of Trump, GOP’s midterm pitch is protecting him
Russia probe indictments spotlight risk of bitcoin, digital currency
12 Russians accused of hacking Democrats in 2016 have plenty of Florida connections
Lawyers for 8 Guantánamo detainees say war has changed enough to let them go
Should cell phone providers warn customers of health risks? Berkeley says yes

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