James Risen, The New York Times, July 10, 2015

The Central Intelligence Agency’s health professionals repeatedly criticized the agency’s post-Sept. 11 interrogation program, but their protests were rebuffed by prominent outside psychologists who lent credibility to the program, according to a new report which examines the involvement of the nation’s psychologists and their largest professional organization, the American Psychological Association, with the harsh interrogation programs of the Bush era, and which raises repeated questions about the collaboration between psychologists and officials at both the C.I.A. and the Pentagon. […read more]