Overcrowding in Cambodia’s prisons has long been a problem. During a pandemic, it’s a ticking time bomb.
"We're sitting ducks," a man serving a life sentence in California told VICE news.
In the last week, a single confirmed COVID-19 case in a corrections officer ballooned to over 80 confirmed cases among other staff and inmates.
New York's Metropolitan Correctional Center in downtown Manhattan houses around 700 federal prisoners, mostly individuals who are awaiting trials in New York City federal courts.
For some drug sellers who have "gone country", being locked up in a rural jail can be a ticket to non-stop abuse from the locals. For others, it can be a blessing in disguise.
He Was Sentenced to Only Two Days in Jail, a Lawsuit Says. Three Months Later, He Killed Himself in His Cell.
Robert Wayne Johnson's wife is suing a Mississippi county, saying he was held past his release date and not provided with mental healthcare.
Long after its abolition, the discredited IPP sentence still means thousands are stuck in prison indefinitely.
Photographer Jan Banning takes us into the prisons of Uganda, France, the US and Colombia.
Meek to Lester Holt: "I think God put me in this position to be able to [...] open up eyes for other young black men."
Corrective Services has busted the third drone in a month.
Texas prisoners say they went days without running water after Harvey.