When hundreds of pages of previously classified documents about the CIA’s detention and interrogation program were released late last year, certain sections were blacked out. The U.S. Department of Justice now wants to keep the redactions in place—and also block the disclosure of thousands of pages that were not published.

The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence in December released the nearly 500-page executive summary of its report on the CIA’s use of torture. The committee did not publish the full study, which runs nearly 6,700 pages long, according to public descriptions of the report.

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