Australian prisoner David Hicks faced charges of providing material support for terrorism before a revamped military tribunal system at Guantanamo Bay on Monday. Miami Herald reporter Carol Rosenberg, who was in the courtroom, talks about the case, then analysts Neal…
As Congress debates on how to treat terror suspects, an inquiry found that Maher Arar, a Canadian Muslim detained by U.S. authorities for suspected links to al-Qaida and sent to Syria, had no links to terrorism. The commission's lead counsel…
A New York Times researcher in China, Zhao Yan, was charged with revealing state secrets and has been detained by authorities in Beijing for almost two years. The court announced Friday that Yan will be given a three-year prison sentence.
Over the weekend, news of three suicides at the Guantanamo detention facility in Cuba raised new questions about the manner in which the United States is treating terror suspects.
In one of two major decisions handed down Monday, the Supreme Court ruled that inmates on death row could make last-minute claims that the chemicals in lethal injections are too painful and violate the Constitution's Eighth Amendment.
Lawyers in the trial of former Enron executives Jeffrey Skilling and Kenneth Lay finished their closing arguments Wednesday and the jury began deliberations.
By PBS NewsHour
The International Committee of the Red Cross criticized the Bush administration Friday for denying access by neutral visitors to those held in secret detention.
A federal jury sentenced Zacarias Moussaoui to life in prison Wednesday after failing to unanimously agree that he deserved to be executed for his role in the Sept. 11 attacks.
By PBS NewsHour
Six Palestinian militants holed up inside a Palestinian prison surrendered to Israeli forces Tuesday, almost 10 hours after soldiers raided the compound to seize militants convicted of killing an Israeli Cabinet minister.
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