Dissecting the Detainee Deal

Who won and who lost in the compromise on how the CIA may handle its alleged terrorist detainees, reached between the President and Senate mavericks John McCain, Lindsey Graham and John Warner? It's hard to say, and lawmakers may still tweak the bill before it lands on Bush's desk. But here's a tally of what the President, Senators and detainees did--and did not--get last week. [This article contains a table. Please see hardcopy of magazine.]

  The President The Senators The Detainees What They Won The CIA can continue interrogating suspected terrorists in secret jails, with interrogators given legal protection....

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