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  GITMO: Will it ever close?

Holder, why Guantanamo won't close and Rahm's tough decisions

  Attorney General Eric Holder is holding a meeting this week to discuss guidelines for journalists in leak investigations, and he's being met with resistance from the New York Times, AP and the Huffington Post. Why won't media outlets agree? Time's Rick Stengel joins a conversation on Holder, why Git

A realistic takeaway on closing Guantanamo Bay

  Intelligence Reporter for the Washington Post, Greg Miller, joins MSNBC’s Alex Witt.  He presents a realistic takeaway on the closing of Guantanamo Bay. Miller mentions the block that Congress has put on transporting the Gitmo inmates to the United States.  He explains the Obama Administration’s dro

NOW Today: The Gitmo story

It's been open more than a decade now, but there is still much Americans don't know about the detention center in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. One person who is more familiar with Gitmo than most is the Miami Herald's Carol Rosenberg, Full story

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Column: Obama versus Congress on Guantanamo

NBC Politics: Obama pledges to 're-engage' on Gitmo amid hunger strike

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  Will Guantanamo facilities get $150M in upgrades?

Top Talkers: Nearly $170M is needed to improve conditions at Guantanamo Bay for the troops station at the detention center, Gen. John Kelly told the House Armed Services Committee. The Morning Joe panel discusses.

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Courtroom sketch shows Khalid Sheikh Mohammad with his lawyer during a pretrial hearing at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base
Courtroom sketch shows Khalid Sheikh Mohammad with his lawyer during a pretrial hearing at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base

In this Pentagon-approved courtroom sketch, alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammad confers with defense attorney Army Captain Jason Wright, after hearings convened for the day at the Guantanamo Bay U.S. Naval Base in Cuba February 11, 2013. REUTERS/MANDATORY CREDIT:Janet Hamlin