US Tightens Security Ahead of CIA Torture Report Release

U.S. diplomatic facilities and military installations overseas are under increased security Tuesday as the Senate prepares to release a long-awaited report detailing the CIA's interrogation methods since the September 11, 2001 attacks. The 6,000-page report is said to detail such extreme interrogation techniques as confinement in small places, sleep deprivation and waterboarding, which simulates drowning. Obama administration officials have been so concerned about possible violence against U.S. interests that Secretary of State John Kerry telephoned Senate Intelligence Committee chair Diane Feinstein last week about the potential backlash. READ MORE OF THIS STORY

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