Abdul Latif Nasser has been held in the U.S. military prison since 2002, though he was never charged with a crime and never received a trial.
“Life here is like a nightmare.”
A company that sells GPS ankle bracelets and helps Chicago law enforcement run a program to monitor people under house arrest leaked “an enormous amount of private information.”
The state's prison system will become the first to evaluate the Fitbit-like devices, which use algorithms to track prisoners' vitals.
Ryan Wilson hanged himself with a bedsheet tied to a light fixture in New York City's Manhattan Detention Complex, known as The Tombs.
Plastic Sheets, Pencil Crayons, Cheese Strings: Inside One Canadian Prison’s Chaotic Effort to Stop a COVID-19 Outbreak
Internal emails show that even in the middle of the pandemic, officials from Correctional Service Canada were scrambling to figure out how to handle the spread of COVID-19.
Let's face it: It's a privilege if you're able to work from home.
Justin Trudeau Says Solitary Confinement Is ‘Unacceptable’ Following Report Saying His Government Uses Solitary Confinement
When asked by VICE World News whether he would demand resignations after a damning report on Canadian prisons, the prime minister says his team is ‘following up.'
The research, using the government’s own data, alleges Canada is not respecting various court rulings, its own laws, international standards, or a United Nations convention on torture.
A VICE News investigation in partnership with North Carolina Health News found this undercount is likely not unique to North Carolina, and could be happening in dozens of states across the country.
Staff and prisoners are refusing the COVID-19 vaccine at alarming rates, meaning U.S. prisons could continue to spread the disease.
Despite what Public Safety Minister Bill Blair says, federal prisons are ignoring their own COVID-19 guidelines, according to prisoners and advocates.