"[The Taliban] made me rub my nose on the ground and apologize for covering the protest," said one journalist, who was arrested and later released.
The WSJ board ridiculed $2,000 direct payments, saying it "won't benefit the economy since recipients aren't going to change their behavior knowing it's merely a one-time check."
For the worst of the worst of the worst, there is only one just punishment.
Inmates will also be offered the freedom to cook meals, more gym time and the ability to choose their own shower times.
Video of the incident has sparked a debate about parenting on social media.
Police said the 45-year-old man would shock his children "when they didn't follow the rules."
"Capital punishment is a failure and big government at its worst, wasting millions of dollars."
Three managers have been sentenced to jail time for the bizarre discipline regime.
The Chelsea Football Club and several Premier League fan groups may begin offering supporters found guilty of anti-Semitic or racist behavior a visit to Auschwitz instead of an outright ban.
Former pageant queen has decried manspreading as an act of "gender aggression" and taken matters into her own hands.
Arrests for possession of small amounts of marijuana in New York City may soon become a thing of the past.
Jaime Rodríguez might be trailing in Mexico's presidential polls, but he had a novel suggestion to combat crime and corruption during the first televised debate.
"We are a society of rules," a school board member said when asked about punishments for students who participated in the school walkout to protest gun violence.
Turkey's justice minister said the government wants to introduce penalties after registering a spike in child sexual abuse cases.
Officials in November 2017 struggled for 25 minutes to find a vein to shoot lethal injection drugs into his arm.
If you tell a student "that they are a 'bad' kid, young children do internalize that," a Center for American Progress policy analyst said.
This comes as public support for capital punishment hits historic lows.
Capital punishment cases are down but five of the 23 executions this year still highlight the arguments of those who oppose the death penalty.
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.
Convicted terrorists can go to jail but those that recruited them deserve harsher sentences and "could be shot," Chechnya's leader said.
Ledelle Lee and Kenneth Williams received communion, while Marcel Williams and Jack Jones had more elaborate requests.
Italian public shocked at the horrifying details of a girl's death in 2014.
While his Republican presidential rivals advocate sentence reform, the Wisconsin government gets tougher on criminals.
The victim has delayed the blinding of the right eye for six months.