Mike Gravel

Jon Queally, staff writer
Members of Intelligence Committee say White House is stalling release of torture report as high-level disagreement over what American people can know about abuses by CIA reaches boiling point; Transparency advocates tell lawmakers with access to report, 'Just read it into the record.'
Sarah Lazare, staff writer
Senator Mark Udall (D-Colorado) has publicly called for the White House to release the Senate report on CIA torture. (Photo: Senate Democrats/flickr/cc)
Transparency advocates urge Mark Udall (D-Col.) to 'finally expose, in great...
Calvin Woodward and Richard Lardner