According to the study, corrections officials in the United States use violence to punish prisoners for exhibiting behaviors of their mental illness, which violates the Constitution and international human rights laws.
Food sales are falling at all the major supermarket chains—so what are Britons eating?
Jennifer Gonnerman's story about three years in hell for teenager Kalief Browder might actually be changing how criminal justice works in New York City.
In his ruling, the judge slammed the credibility of the former undercover officer who was the key witness in the Crown's case against Sandro Lisi.
It's just the latest bizarre brush with the law for the former neighborhood watchman, who was acquitted in the killing of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in 2013.
More than 50 police officers were murdered while on duty last year, with the vast majority dying from gunshot wounds.
We talked to Gavin Haynes about the Conservative Party's surprising upset and the prospects of an independent Scotland.
Projected to cost British Columbian taxpayers $1 million over the next four years, this empty town was created to support a decades-old resort project that can't seem to get its shit together.
The first riot against David Cameron's new government.
The files, some labeled "Top Secret," could shed more light on abuses committed in British colonies during the heyday of the Empire that successive governments have long kept hidden.
The new Conservative government could mean enraged students battling with cops and animal lovers beating up fox hunters.
Between close relationships with prosecutors, secretive police culture, and laws that protect officers from taking personal responsibility for their actions, the obstacles to police reform are stifling.
Mag Cywink, who has spent over two decades searching for justice in her sister's murder, fears a national inquiry will hurt those who it is trying to help the most.
The Australian Government has approved a new uranium mine on Indigenous land, despite ongoing investigations of corruption. While millions are being made in mining profits, some Indigenous landowners still live in poverty.
North Korea's state media agency said the test launch of the underwater missile "fully met the requirements of the latest military science and technology."
Inspectors from a chemical weapons watchdog reportedly found traces of the deadly nerve agents sarin and VX at a military research site in Syria.
Hundreds of ethnic Kurds clashed with police and set fire to a hotel after a 25-year-old woman allegedly jumped from the building to avoid being raped.
On a three-day visit to Moscow, China's president has inked a number of deals cementing investment in Russia's floundering economy.
The 1979 disappearance of Etan Patz made the nation terrified of "stranger danger," a fear that still hasn't gone away—but his kidnapper has never been caught.
City officials who showed up to take questions were the recipients of an outpouring of rage and sadness.
The New Jersey governor's presidential ambitions are DOA, and now even GOP leaders in his home state are jumping ship.
"It's all about profit and not about compassion or about care."
April Brogan's undignified death in custody says a lot about how the police and society at large treat sex workers.
The internet was displeased.