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  • Judge cancels this month's 9/11 hearing at Guantanamo

    WASHINGTON Military judges have canceled three war court hearings in a row, effectively leaving Guantanamo's Camp Justice dark for two months and signaling how much the war crimes cases are still a work in progress.
  • Dispelling the myths of Guantanamo Bay

    Dispelling the myths of Guantanamo Bay
    We are confronted every week by stories of the most barbaric crimes committed by Muslim terrorists. We want to do everything we can to protect ourselves and catch and punish these evil people. In these circumstances, Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton's recent...

    Corrections and clarifications for Friday, March 27, 2015

    A column in Thursday's Perspective section about the U.S. government's Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, prison camp incorrectly described the status of some detainees. Of 122 detainees, 10 have been referred for criminal prosecution. They include Khalid Sheikh...

    Military court throws out Australian's Guantanamo war crimes conviction

    Military court throws out Australian's Guantanamo war crimes conviction
    A military appeals court on Wednesday threw out the Guantanamo tribunal's conviction of Australian David Hicks on charges of material support to terrorism, agreeing with a U.S. civilian court's ruling last year that the charge is not a war crime and...

    Muslim American caught up in post-9/11 sweep gets an apology

    Muslim American caught up in post-9/11 sweep gets an apology
    Abdullah al-Kidd approached the Dulles International Airport ticket counter in March 2003 expecting to catch a flight to Saudi Arabia to study Arabic and Islamic law. Instead, federal agents slapped handcuffs on the Kansas-born former University of...