The latest news on waterboarding
Gabriel Schoenfeld discusses why some classified information is best kept secret from the public.
Debate is raging over whether an al Qaeda big shot who admitted to killing Daniel Pearl did the deed.
The president must decide if he wants to keep the issue of torture alive.
House speaker says the CIA and the Bush administration misrepresented torture tactics.
Attorney general's stance on waterboarding conflicts with school's principles.
The Justice Department is investigating what role department officials played in authorizing the CIA to conduct waterboarding, according to a letter released today by members of Congress.
Diplomats told the Associated Press this morning that the United States has shared information with the International Atomic Energy Agency showing Tehran was trying to make a nuclear weapon. The United States is allowing the IAEA to show some of the evidence to Iran to pressure the Islamic republic into admitting it had focused some of its nuclear efforts on developing weapons.