In the wake of the Senate Torture Report, we take a look at several books that confront the issues of CIA torture, human rights abuses at Abu Ghraib and elsewhere in Iraq, and the Bush administration's complicity through it all.
How many times can a president lie in one speech? And if those false statements violate criminal law, how can we hold him accountable?
Cheating Justice looks at how the ex-president and vice-president can be held personally accountable, and how they tried to manipulate the system from inside to keep themselves from being held to account.
In the U.S., there is no statute of limitations for certain cases of torture. What might this mean fo rhte former president?
A new book looks at the crimes of the Bush administration and why they still matter.