Tekashi 6ix9ine's federal indictment isn't affecting the rapper's album sales.
This isn't 6ix9ine's first time behind bars.
The new ban, which closed down designated "pornography reading rooms" and sexually explicit material, took effect on November 14.
David James Bohart previously served stints in prison for forgery and possession or use of dangerous drugs.
The abuse left some women unable to walk or even stand, while one prisoner, after an especially brutal session, repeatedly tried to kill herself.
In an interview with Newsweek, Lorent Saleh describes his ordeal in prison, what the Trump administration should do to help Venezuela and why the world should no longer ignore one of its worst humanitarian crises.
Imelda Cortez suffered years of abuse by her stepfather.
"Grrrrrrrr!!!! Back to the daily grind."
The son of one Bulger victim told Newsweek he was "surprised and pleased" at news that Bulger was killed.
The former Democratic congressman is being rewarded for good behavior after serving 18 months.
Ryan Lin admitted to making more than 120 hoax bomb threats—including 24 in a single day.
Some officers were treated at the scene and several more were taken to an area hospital to receive treatment.
Officials discovered 540 separate packages of cocaine hidden among the fruit.
Arnold Nash, who was serving a 45 year sentence, was scheduled to be released in December 2019.
"Neither their medical license nor their white lab coat will protect them from enormous consequences of illegal drug distribution."
Authorities have chosen not to move inmates in the storm's path. Those who remain face peril, including flooding and shortages of vital supplies.
Former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos launched into a Twitter tirade Tuesday about Australia's former foreign minister Alexander Downer.
"Content that ridicules, mocks, provokes and disrupts public order, religious values and public morals" will be punished, the public prosecutor warned.
George Garofano, 26, of North Branford in Connecticut, covertly gained access to approximately 240 accounts.
Nationwide prison protests have called attention to work conditions that advocates are likening to slavery. Inmates cook, clean and perform other necessary operations for little, if any, compensation.
Officials found 95 graves beneath at the site of a new school in April.