Politics & Government

August 5, 2014 4:40 PM

Senate Intelligence Committee members protest administration deletions to CIA torture report

Senate Intelligence Committee members protested Tuesday over the Obama administration’s censorship of a report on the CIA’s use of “brutal” interrogation methods, charging that the deletions hid key facts and blacked out information that was made public years ago.

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