Our national affairs reporter Liz Goodwin at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba to visit the infamous detention center where 155 men are being held—most of them without charges.
Nearly half of the detainees have been cleared for release, but are citizens of countries that have been deemed too risky for transfer by the Obama administration.
Nine men were released from the camp in December, showing President Obama finally may be moving forward on his campaign trail promise to close the prison. Gitmo has been shrouded in secrecy for 12 years and we're taking you inside.
What do you want to know about the base or the people who work there? Submit your questions in the comments below or on Twitter using #Gitmo.
When our reporter returns, we'll host a chat so you can ask her questions live — stay tuned!
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