This Day in History: Jan. 13
Johnny Cash performs and records a pair of shows at Folsom State Prison in California. (Material from the concerts would be released as a hit album by Columbia Records under the title “Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison."
Rowdy Rebel Released From Prison
New details on Marshall’s postprison plans have emerged.
Egypt court overturns TikTok stars' jail sentences
Mawada al-Adham and Haneen Hossam were given two years in prison for posting "indecent" videos.
Overnight escape reveals rule against prison guards disturbing inmates' sleep
Six inmates escaped from a California prison by climbing to the 20-foot-high roof and descending on a makeshift rope made of braided bedsheets.
Shirtless, horned Capitol rioter refuses to eat because jail won’t serve organic food
A QAnon activist and Trump supporter who stormed the U.S. Capitol in a bearskin headdress is refusing to eat in prison unless he is given organic food, his mother said Monday, echoing the complaints of the man's public defender to the court.
Russia's prison service seeks to jail Kremlin critic Navalny
Russia’s prison service has asked a Moscow court to put top Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny behind bars for breaching the terms of his suspended sentence and probation
Kremlin foe Navalny says Russian prison authority has asked a court to jail him
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny said on Tuesday that Russia’s prison authority has asked a court to jail him for having allegedly...
Kyrgyzstan’s Sadyr Japarov: From a prison cell to the presidency
Japarov, described as a populist, won a landslide with 79 percent of the vote. Months ago, he was languishing in jail.
What does impeachment mean? Will Donald Trump be sent to prison?
IMPEACHMENT PROCEEDINGS have been introduced against President Donald Trump today following the furore of recent days with protestors storming the US Capitol. But what does impeachment mean? Will Donald Trump be sent to prison?
Prosecutors fight sentence reduction for murder convictOlder articles »
Federal prosecutors in Connecticut are fighting a proposed prison sentence reduction for former Bridgeport drug dealer Adrian Peeler that would allow him to walk free next year