Walter Jordan's is one of several deaths at the center of an ongoing legal fight over inmate health care in Arizona -- and a window into how states use private companies to handle medical services for prisoners in an age of cash-strapped budgets.
British security services said Trump's policy on torture, if enacted, would "pose difficulties for the U.K.-U.S. intelligence relationship."
Inmates make up roughly a third of the force that fights wildfires in California.
Authorities believe the prisoner managed to cut through steel bars above the ceiling.
Prisoners are barred from reading more than 10,000 books.
A German court has ruled that Oskar Groening is fit to serve his sentence, which was handed down after a conviction for 300,000 counts of accessory to murder.
Scientists would research it even more if the law would let them.
He said he "felt compelled to make a change in my career" after the severely abused teen was given a life term in prison.
Shelby Sullivan-Bennis is an attorney for a 70-year-old man held without charge, who has suffered harsh punishments despite his poor health.
He also tried to start a fire inside a prison and sneak in a hacksaw.
"Policies are getting worse. They are punishing everyone. They are just humiliating us," says Saifullah Paracha.
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.
Vitaliy Milonov also wants to ban Russians from transitioning from one gender to another.
Entrepreneur Maxim Lapunov claims a group of Chechen men beat him to make him denounce other gay men, as allegations of a regional purge continue.
James Horne, the child's father, had the shots administered on Monday, when he had custody.
Patrick Benjamin Paddock, also known as Benjamin Hoskins Paddock, was wanted for bank robberies, according to newspaper accounts.
The former football star may be released as early as Monday.
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.
He planned to ask a priest to smuggle a saw blade into the facility.
The lawsuit is in response to Jeff Sessions' threat to cut funding to sanctuary cities.