Robert Scheer / TruthdigNov 29, 2019
A film about the Senate Intelligence Committee's report on CIA torture brings to life the reality of crimes the agency committed post-9/11. Dig deeper ( 27 Min. Read )
ALISON MUTLER and LIUDAS DAPKAS / The Associated PressMay 31, 2018
The European Court of Human Rights rules that the two EU countries allowed the detention and abuse of a Saudi and a Palestinian at secret U.S. prisons. Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
Amy Goodman and Denis MoynihanMar 15, 2018
The newly appointed CIA director's career at the intelligence agency spans more than three decades. While her work is shrouded in secrecy, two things are well known. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
Natasha Hakimi Zapata / TruthdigOct 10, 2016
"No amount of sugar coating can cover up the reality of what we have done at Guantanamo Bay," said the "Last Week Tonight" host in a segment advocating the permanent closure of the controversial detention center. Dig deeper ( 1 Min. Read )
John Kiriakou / TruthdigSep 11, 2016
An investigator for the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Dan Jones, worked hard to get to the bottom of the agency’s torture program. Then-Attorney General Eric Holder and others conspired to keep the worst news hidden. Dig deeper ( 5 Min. Read )
Staff / TruthdigJul 10, 2016
Abu Zubaydah’s sworn statement provides a chilling, first-person account of how U.S. officials tortured a man they wrongly believed was a top al-Qaida operative. Dig deeper ( 6 Min. Read )
Natasha Hakimi Zapata / TruthdigJun 15, 2015
In anticipation of this week's vote on a proposed law against torture, drafted by Sens. John McCain and Dianne Feinstein, HBO's "Last Week Tonight" host gave an impassioned monologue on the Senate Committee Report on Torture. Dig deeper ( 1 Min. Read )
Natasha Hakimi Zapata / TruthdigMay 31, 2015
The former CIA agent has seen his life ripped apart by the government because he revealed CIA torture. However, he continues to stand up for truth and humaneness and against a system that views all of us as undiscovered felons. Dig deeper ( 7 Min. Read )
Staff / TruthdigDec 23, 2014
The furry South American creatures may hold the cure to AIDS; Flickr gave up on its plan to sell prints of Creative Commons photos after much criticism; meanwhile, Dick Cheney admits he has no problem with innocent people being tortured. These discoveries and more after the jump. Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
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