The greatest victory of the week does not belong to Donald Trump, but to Manning and to Hollander, who never stopped fighting for justice.
"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.
Critics charge that the plan "offers no viable solution to ending what Guantanamo represents, any more than it offers either freedom or justice for remaining prisoners."
The Cuban leader just threw down some major hurdles before normalization of relations between the U.S. and Cuba can be realized.
The conviction of Australian David Hicks, held for nearly six years, was not legally valid, the chief prosecutor says.
This week marks the 13th anniversary of the arrival of the first post-9/11 prisoners to Guantanamo Bay, the most notorious prison on the planet.
President Obama's decision to release five Taliban leaders from Guantanamo Bay has been attacked by some as illegal or reckless, but could bring him closer to his goal of closing the prison camp.
The number of inmates on a hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay has dropped from a hundred to 19 since July.
Yasiin Bey (aka Mos Def) is drawing attention to the plight of the dozens of hunger-striking Guantanamo Bay detainees by appearing in a newly released video in which the rapper and actor subjects himself to the invasive kind of forced feedings they receive on a daily basis.