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Mark Danner made headlines last week with his essay in The New York Review of Books on the CIA's use of torture and a secret report from the International Committee of the Red Cross detailing such practices. Find out why he says, "Torture is for people with weak nerves."

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Granted, the Bush administration didn't invent the practice of "extraordinary rendition," but, as PBS illustrates in an edition of "Frontline," the practice has become even more controversial and horrifying in the years since 9/11.

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Last weekend, the American Psychological Association rejected a moratorium that would have prevented its member psychologists from participating in interrogations at U.S. detention centers at places like Guantanamo Bay and secret CIA "black sites" around the world.

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The Washington Post has an inside look at "black sites," the secret detention centers operated by the CIA that hold abducted terror suspects, one of whom describes a world of interrogation, torture and misery.

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