The results are surprising because Trump and his administration have repeatedly called for more “law and order” and moved to lengthen prison sentences.
Guards think the Bible could contain secret codes that would help El Chapo escape from jail.
The judge gave Mill a minimum of two years.
Shari Webber-Dunn, an inmate serving a murder charge in Kansas, said her First Amendment rights were violated by "Christian propaganda" posted in the prison.
The U.S. has imprisoned record numbers of people, even as the crime rate dropped. Barack Obama made moves to change this, but Sessions is about to undo his work.
More than 200,000 people are serving some form of life sentence in the U.S.
Ledelle Lee and Kenneth Williams received communion, while Marcel Williams and Jack Jones had more elaborate requests.
Death by suicide is an issue in U.S. prisons and especially so in Massachusetts.
These migrants lack access to the most basic legal services, a new report finds.
One guard was killed, while eight prisoners have been caught—two surrendered and six were killed.
New FCC regulations only apply to interstate calls, and private firms are boosting the cost of local calls to make up for lost revenue.
A startling number of convicted criminals have a history of traumatic brain injury—but neither they nor their doctors nor law enforcement knows it.
The Prison Reform Trust called the report on London's best-known Victorian jail “shattering."
Kevin Winters, McCollum's solicitor, said she was released effectively on parole.
The move brings his total commutations to 248 individuals, more than the previous six presidents combined.
For the first time, defendants in Delaware have been convicted and sentenced under the federal “cyberstalking resulting in death” statute.