Enhanced interrogation techniques
Amnesty International says the White House has turned a blind eye to a Senate report.
“I don’t know enough about where the document sits at this point in time,” James Comey said.
The head of the Senate Intleligence Committee wants a controversial report back.
The head of the Senate Intel Committee wants the White House to hand over its copies.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein wants more eyes on the CIA.
It hurts because most Americans likely feel both ways.
John Brennan said it's "lamentable" senators didn't interview CIA personnel.
Sen. Carl Levin (D-Mich.) said the CIA’s use of torture was a “failure both moral and practical.”
Here are things to watch for when the report comes out.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein seemed confident the report would be out by the end of the month.
Calls for him to resign over Senate spying lost steam over the summer recess.
Officials fear the report could spark global protests.
The classified document was at the center of the CIA's snooping on Senate files.
However, the Obama administration appears to be siding with GOP Sen. Richard Burr.
Like the old commercials for the the ice cream, we're not really sorry and would do it again.
Saturday's demonstrations were to mark the 14th anniversary of Guantanamo Bay prison opening.
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“To say that it’s unknowable, I would disagree with that,” Rep. Mike Rogers said.
“The cause and effect relationship ... is, in my view, unknowable,” John Brennan said.
Reid said the only way the U.S. can move forward is to admit torture occurred.
The CIA's demands for redactions are "unprecedented," Sen. Ron Wyden said.
Democrats insist findings must be made public, but critics worry about repercussions.
The CIA director has been under fire since a report his agency spied on the Senate.
Feinstein won't release the report until "key facts" are allowed to stay in.