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A doctor and Naval reserve officer who examined a high-profile prisoner tortured under Haspel's supervision urged the Senate to oppose her nomination as CIA director.
Blacklisted academic Norman Finkelstein, Palestinian student Yousef Mema, and Sen. Ron Wyden are this week's guests.
The bipartisan national security class has united to support a torturer as CIA chief. What will it say about Washington if she is confirmed?
Gina Haspel, directly involved in the most grotesque torture abuses, was nominated to lead the agency.
Civil rights lawyer Flint Taylor, the ACLU's Hina Shamsi, and artist Eli Valley are this week's guests.
The American Psychological Association continues to be roiled by controversy over its involvement with the war on terror.
In North Carolina, a group of citizens are examining their neighbors' roles in the excesses of the War on Terror.
The amendment would require the Defense Department to look into allegations of torture and the U.S. role in them, and report to Congress.
Journalist Allan Nairn, Dr. Jeffrey Kaye, Syrian journalist Marwan Hisham, and artist Molly Crabapple are this week's guests.
Haspel's nomination points to a long and fraught history of the CIA trying to burnish its image by highlighting women’s advancements in the agency.