New lawsuits and documents reveal water dousing may have been used alongside waterboarding to interrogate CIA detainees.
Abu Zubaydah was waterboarded at least 83 times in a single month, but U.S. officials have rejected a request to release 116 pages of his lawyers' notes.
Doctors call "rectal hydration" torture, despite ex-CIA Director Gen. Michael Hayden's claims that it's a "medical" procedure.
Muslim leaders in the U.S. described the report as anything but groundbreaking.
A 1989 report from the CIA to Congress stated that “inhumane physical or psychological techniques are counterproductive."
“What a different place we’d be in today if the Department of Justice had not performed so abominably," the former U.S. Navy Counsel said.
'Our brothers did this,' wrote a prominent LDS blogger after the CIA report showed two Mormons helped execute the CIA's torture policy.
Mentions of British intelligence agencies were deleted from the U.S. Senate's report on torture at the request of the agencies.
Amnesty International called out Uzbekistan, the U.S. and other nations for failing to allow inspectors access to detention centers.
What happens when a government agency lies to a reporter?
A number of embassies around the world have been put on high alert.
CIA Director John Brennan said it's impossible to know whether tactics described by many as torture were necessary to obtain intelligence.
"Torture programs right after 9/11 have made the matter of terrorism worse," said Juan Mendez, the U.N.'s special rapporteur on torture.
The U.S. Senate's massive report on CIA torture contains not so much as one syllable of recommended reforms to the spy agency.
The former vice president criticized the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee as being politically motivated and an affront to the CIA.
The medical community has condemned the tactics detailed in the U.S. Senate report on CIA torture.
One of the first people subjected to the CIA's "enhanced interrogation" tactics has been sent back to a detention center in Afghanistan.
Should George W. Bush and his former colleagues face war crimes charges at the ICC? Pursuing that might not lead to much satisfaction.
Despite an order banning the use of torture, loopholes allow for such practices to continue.
Psychologists Jim Mitchell and Bruce Jessen were paid millions to devise America’s most controversial counterterrorism operation in its history.