U.S. president says if nations do not take back their captured nationals, he’ll release them and they’ll have to arrested again
John Walker Lindh has been freed three years early for good behavior
U.S. president fulfills campaign promise that broke from predecessor’s much-publicized efforts to shutter the detention facility
Freed hostages reluctant to enter U.S. over concerns about husband’s previous links to former Guantanamo Bay inmate
Reports claim Omar Khadr will be compensated for the treatment he was subjected to during his years-long captivity
Questions on the controversial tribunals’ necessity persist.
Afghans criticize deal to secure U.S. soldier’s freedom, claiming it will embolden the militants.
The White House gets an unlikely assist from the Tea Party.
Quietly, Obama may be moving ahead.
Five years later, Guantánamo remains open. It is the president’s biggest failure. Now he tries to close it—again.
After the Boston Marathon bombing, a nation seeks answers.
166 prisoners are being kept at the U.S.-run military prison without charge or trial.