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STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE By Philip Gourevitch and Errol Morris
 
CIA Played Larger Role In Advising Pentagon: Harsh Interrogation Methods Defended (Post, June 18, 2008, Page A01)
 
Report Questions Pentagon Accounts: Officials Looked Into Interrogation Methods Early On (Post, June 17, 2008, Page A01)
 
Audit Finds FBI Reports Of Detainee Abuse Ignored: Tactics Continued Against Detainees (Post, May 21, 2008, Page A01)
 
Torture's Blowback (May 16, 2008, Page A18)
 
AFTER 9/11, A SECRET MEMO: Administration Asserted a Terror Exception on Search and Seizure (Post, April 4, 2008, Page A04)
 
Memo: Laws Didn't Apply to Interrogators: Justice Dept. Official in 2003 Said President's Wartime Authority Trumped Many Statutes (Post, April 2, 2008, Page A01)
 
NATION IN BRIEF: NATION IN BRIEF (Post, March 19, 2008, Page A16)
 
Before Students, Intelligence Chief Defends Efforts (Post, January 20, 2008, Page SM03)
 
Station Chief Made Appeal To Destroy CIA Tapes: Lawyer Says Top Official Had Implicit Approval (Post, January 16, 2008, Page A01)
 
McCain Advocates New Tactics: Program Would Teach Languages, Strategic Interrogation (Post, December 16, 2007, Page A04)
 
House Passes Bill to Ban CIA's Use of Harsh Interrogation Tactics (Post, December 14, 2007, Page A07)
 
CIA Chief: Hill Should Have Been Told More: Probe of Videotapes May Be Drawn Out (Post, December 13, 2007, Page A02)
 
CIA Destroyed Videos Showing Interrogations: Harsh Techniques Seen in 2002 Tapes (Post, December 7, 2007, Page A01)
 
Now Online, a Guide to Detainee Treatment (Post, December 4, 2007, Page A19)
 
Politics Creates Odd Pair: Sanchez and Democrats: Ex-Iraq Commander Now Criticizing War (Post, November 27, 2007, Page A01)
 
FROM ABU GHRAIB TO GEORGETOWN: I'm Back Home, But Still in Iraq's Grasp (By William Quinn, November 11, 2007, Page B01)
 
Judge Allows Abu Ghraib Lawsuit Against Contractor (Post, November 7, 2007, Page A13)
 
: Self-Inflicted Wounds (By Alberto Mora and John Shattuck, November 6, 2007, Page A19)
 
Congress Seeks Secret Memos On Interrogation (Post, October 5, 2007, Page A01)
 
Pentagon Justice (September 2, 2007, Page B06)
 
Reprimand Is Sentence For Officer at Abu Ghraib (Post, August 30, 2007, Page A03)
 
Abu Ghraib Officer Cleared of Detainee Abuse: Verdict Means No One in Army's Upper Ranks Will Be Imprisoned for the 2003 Mistreatment in Iraq (Post, August 29, 2007, Page A05)
 
HIS LEGACY: Bush Loyalist Helped Shape Signature Anti-Terror Policies (Post, August 28, 2007, Page A05)
 
Humiliation at Abu Ghraib, and Then at the Prosecution Table (By Dana Milbank, August 23, 2007, Page A02)
 
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