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U.S. News
The justices ruled against the Trump administration, which had asked the court to throw out an injunction temporarily halting the executions of four men on death row.
Politics
“Christmas ornaments, drywall and [Jeffrey] Epstein ― name three things that don’t hang themselves,” Sen. John Kennedy said in a Judiciary Committee hearing.
Crime
The Federal Bureau of Prisons employees allegedly fell asleep when they were supposed to be guarding the billionaire pedophile.
Politics
Jeffrey Epstein's death by suicide inside a federal jail put a spotlight on the high rate of suicides inside American jails.
U.S. News
Hugh Hurwitz, who served as the acting director of the federal Bureau of Prisons, will be reassigned to a new role.
Crime
Surveillance video reviewed after the death showed the Metropolitan Correctional Center guards never made some of the checks noted in the log, a source said.
Crime
The Metropolitan Correctional Center is now under scrutiny for what Attorney General William Barr called “serious irregularities."
U.S. News
The committee sent a letter to the Bureau of Prisons asking questions about its suicide prevention policies after the death of the accused sex trafficker.
Crime
Jail suicides are almost entirely preventable, and they’re far more common than you might think.
U.S. News
Attorney General William Barr and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are among the officials demanding more information.
Politics
American Oversight, a nonpartisan watchdog group, filed a lawsuit to get more information about how officials responded to the crisis at MDC Brooklyn.
Politics
Barr also instructed the Bureau of Prisons to schedule five executions.
U.S. News
His release has sparked concerns that he may still harbor radical ideology.
Politics
Three new contracts mark the reversal of the Obama administration’s short-lived attempt to deprivatize federal prisons.
Women
As female incarceration skyrockets, knowing what happens to pregnant women behind bars is more critical than ever.
Entertainment
The husband of Teresa Giudice will remain in ICE custody until he gets a court date to appeal deportation.
U.S. News
An investigation is looking into claims that he regularly posts to social media and even fired a chief executive from behind bars.
U.S. News
The allegations against MDC Brooklyn are "a violation of human decency and dignity," said Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
U.S. News
The shutdown is wreaking havoc on prisons across the country.
Politics
Some experts said working without pay could exacerbate corruption and morale problems.