A strange law in Kansas means a history of drug offenses gets people lumped in with a very different kind of criminal.
From sentenced to death for crimes we didn't commit to 'Til Death Do Us Part.
A new book explores the slow demise of the ultimate punishment in a country that has a history of celebrating it.
An internet posse can help police find suspects, but also give defense lawyers a way to argue a case is tainted.
Why the hurry? Expiring execution drugs.
He's condemned to die in April, and the closer it gets, the more it weighs on me.
After joking about ruining a state senator's career, Trump encouraged cops and prosecutors to seize assets.
Chris Hansen has taken some flak for his aggressive anti-pedophile tactics, but he's not backing down.
Two commutations this week was less than many people hoped for.
Reform advocates on the left and right saw the races as proof that the politics of criminal justice are in flux—and they should stay that way, despite Trump's win.
A new report on how Texas prisons can improve is unique: It was written solely by prisoners.
A community once known as a bedrock of support for capital punishment is changing its tune.