“If women were given justice the proper way, we wouldn’t be here.”
Prison officials said this was Chinese drug trafficker Cai Changpan’s second successful escape.
How a massive outbreak at California's San Quentin State Prison spread to death row, killing a dozen condemned prisoners.
The Southeast Asian country is one of only a handful globally to still execute people for drug-related offenses
Capital punishment is still on the books in the Southeast Asian country.
For 17 years, the Navajo Nation and the victim’s family have publicly objected to Lezmond Mitchell’s sentence.
Yuen Ye Ming faces 20 years of jail time and the maximum of 24 strokes of the cane in Singapore, where caning remains to be a form of judicial corporal punishment.
After the video was shared, protesters burned down his family home and his family disowned him.
The sentence was announced amid declining Canada-China relations. Tensions started in 2018 when Canada detained Meng Wanzhou of Huawei and have worsened since.
In his nearly two-hour State of the Nation Address riddled with contradictions and ironies, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte laid future plans to continue to exert his power against those he considers enemies.
Two additional executions have been scheduled for this week at the U.S. Penitentiary in Terre Haute, Indiana, after a decades-old informal ban.
Daniel Lewis Lee, a 47-year-old former white supremacist, was set to die by lethal injection Monday afternoon.