After Diana Sanchez told jail staff multiple times that she was in labor, she eventually gave birth alone over a pad on her cot.
A series that explores the very different lives and experiences of three women who directly impacted or were affected by drug trafficking.
During her six years behind bars, drawing became Jennifer Mayo's identity.
A new report reveals the U.S. is primarily jailing sick, poor mothers.
It's a question of dignity.
A progressive new bill in New York would give judges greater discretion when answering that question.
Family contact is crucial, but policy and poverty often keeps kids and parents apart.
There are moms out there who can't afford diapers. Let's show them some love.
After being found innocent in her ex's death, Cherelle Baldwin is beginning the slow, painful process of rebuilding her life.
As she heard the verdict, Cherelle Baldwin collapsed to the courtroom floor in tears.