Crime and Justice

A bipartisan consensus on prison reform can't kill "tough on crime" politics.
The disgraced Penn State assistant coach is appealing his 2012 conviction that ordered him jailed for 30 to 60 years.
Two men have been found dead in Buck's home due to overdoses since 2017. Buck allegedly gave unsafe amounts of drugs to men as part of a sexual fetish.
The baseball team's all-star closer stands accused of soliciting sex from a 13-year-old.
The state has been devastated by some of the country's deadliest mass shootings -- but it also ranks as the worst in accidental gun violence involving children.
The couple had been arrested for DUI and allegedly got hot and heavy in the back of the squad car.
Steve Pankey, 64, said police in Colorado have named him as a person of interest in 12-year-old Jonelle Matthews' death.
The singer said Americans have become "desensitized" and argued that imprisonment shouldn't be used to address "nearly every societal ill."
Federal prosecutors say the Chicago-based agent bilked the Delta SkyBonus program.
Mason faces five years in prison for casting a provisional ballot in the 2016 election.
A judge has sentenced Felicity Huffman to 14 days in prison for her role in “Operation Varsity Blues.”
The nation is split over whether the term “femicide” — the killing of women because they’re women — should be added to the penal code.
El Paso prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for the man they say killed 22 people in the August 3 shooting.
A second federal investigation into the deceased financier asked whether he had concealed international travel.
No one could have predicted the fake psychic would be sentenced to three years and four months in prison.
Mark Anthony Soliz, 37, was executed in Huntsville for fatally shooting 61-year-old Nancy Weatherly during an eight-day spate of thefts and killings in June 2010.
Suspect Richard McEwan was also arrested last month for breaking into Taylor Swift's Rhode Island mansion.
They’re focusing on the war on drugs, but that’s not why most people are in prison.
Yujing Zhang was arrested in March for allegedly lying to a Secret Service agent to get into the club.
Jeffrey Clark Jr., a self-described white nationalist who called the Pittsburgh shooting suspect a "hero," could be eligible for supervised release.