It'll be life-changing for thousands of people whose federal convictions have kept them from getting into college, finding jobs and housing, and more.
What started as a routine traffic stop from an officer with the Gainesville Police Department ended with 30-year-old Terrel Bradley losing an eye.
Utah, Oklahoma, Mississippi, and South Carolina have all legalized executions by firing squad once again.
Death penalty or life in prison: What if neither leads to justice?
If citizens vote yes, the Minneapolis Police Department will be disbanded and replaced with a Department of Public Safety.
A Black woman in Ohio will spend more than a year in prison while a white woman, who stole more than six times as much money, only got probation.
Kevin Strickland and Lamar Johnson were convicted of murder years ago, but prosecutors have since agreed that was a mistake.
As a result, prisoners are allegedly being given solitary confinement, losing visitation privileges, or facing other punishments.
19th Judicial District Court Judge Fred Crifasi in East Baton Rouge is offering offenders a choice during the swift uptick in COVID cases.
He supplied homeless Black men with drugs, and sometimes injected them with meth, as part of an apparent fetish.
Leneal Lamont Frazier was hit by a police while they were in pursuit of an unrela robbery suspect.