Congress pressures Bush administration for answers on interrogation methods

WASHINGTON — Congress is asking Bush administration officials the still-unanswered…

WASHINGTON — Congress is asking Bush administration officials the still-unanswered question of how the U.S. came to embrace the harsh interrogation methods it had previously disagreed with.  The techniques, which include waterboarding, were not considered interrogation methods when the C.I.A. used them but have been considered torture methods since the time of the Spanish Inquisition.

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