China's notorious crackdown on internet activity has resulted in the arrest, imprisonment and interrogation of people posting over Twitter, according to the New York Times.
Today, Arizona has the fourth-highest imprisonment rate in the country. Last year, Arizona taxpayers spent more than $1 billion on prisons. A few years ago, we even had to pay $3 million in damages to a private prison for not filling enough beds.
Planned moves unveiled by Israeli security minister include limiting water supplies and cutting number of family visits.
The Senate passed a bipartisan criminal justice reform bill on Tuesday night, handing a significant victory to President Trump and senators who lobbied to advance the legislation before the end of the year.
Michael Cohen's lawyers are petitioning for their "rat" client to serve his 36-month sentence at FCI Otisville, a notoriously comfortable minimum-security lockup roughly 80 miles north of Manhattan that has long been a destination for financial fraud
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Tuesday the Senate would take up a long-awaited bipartisan bill that aims to reduce the number of people in the nation's crowded prisons.
It turns out that being a rat may not pay off after all.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- A last-minute settlement was reached Tuesday in a long-running Florida lawsuit involving a politically connected financier accused of sexually abusing dozens of teenage girls, clearing the way for the victims' lawyers to try
For years, the Free Thought Project has been set on exposing the cozy relationship between billionaire convicted pedophile Jeffery Epstein and high-level establishment insiders.
Big Banks Too Rich for Jail: HSBC Whistleblower John Cruz Pulls Back Curtain on Corruption. HSBC Whistleblower John Cruz, who describes Trillions in Money Laundering and the complicity of the U.S. Justice Department and AGs Eric Holder and Loretta Ly