Forced disappearances and reports of torture mark President Xi Jinping's justice record.
Rising sea levels could be an opportunity for social change – or a dystopian hellscape.
Photographer Jan Banning takes us into the prisons of Uganda, France, the US and Colombia.
Mistaken identities, angry parents and terrible excuses – here's what happened at this week's emergency hearings for the 400 arrests made during the violent Yellow Vest protests.
We spoke to a leading QC about how legal aid cuts have caused chaos in UK court rooms.
The ruling that Charles' death was "accidental" will add to concerns that the police act with impunity.
"Hearing someone give evidence about how their life has been ruined is emotional for absolutely everyone."
'Woman World Wide' will see the French duo reworking some of their best known tracks. It's due on 24 August.
Omid suffers from a rare nervous system disorder that will slowly and painfully kill him. He's crowdfunding a legal challenge for the right to die how he wants.
Out of more than 1,200 active and senior federal judges, 16 percent will be 80 or older by the end of 2017, and 39 will be at least 90.
We look back at one of the most publicised records of 2007, which, defying all expectations, has only gotten better with time.
The French imprint's founder Busy P looks back on 14 years of glam and goofs on the eve of their 100th release.