1. McCain: Make Torture Report Public

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    John McCain wants the findings of a 6,000 page report on “enhanced interrogation techniques” during George W. Bush’s administration to be made public, ahead of a Senate panel vote to approve the report. The Senate Intelligence Committee will likely approve the report on Thursday, concluding a three-year inquiry, but the information inside will not necessarily be made available to the public. McCain argued Tuesday that the findings should “absolutely be made public,” adding, “We did not get any meaningful information by torturing people.”

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