A nationwide initiative is trying to connect inmates to mental health care and keep them from landing back in jail.
Kyaw Soe Oo and Wa Lone were convicted of violating Myanmar's colonial-era Official Secrets Act while investigating government abuses against the country's Rohingya Muslims.
The Revs. Demetrius Williams and John Patterson were on their way home from a fishing trip in May when their boat trailer got a flat tire.
The strike was mostly organized by inmates themselves. Protesters are pushing a list of demands including "an immediate end to prison slavery."
Former Cleveland Browns linebacker Mychal Kendricks is facing charges related to $1.2 million he allegedly made off insider trading tips.
Many say the sentence is justice for Jordan Edwards and his family. Critics say it sends a chilling message to police officers.
Jurors are considering what sentence to give Roy Oliver, who was found guilty of murdering unarmed black 15-year-old Jordan Edwards last year.
A panel of judges ruled the state's districts were unconstitutionally gerrymandered to benefit Republicans, and that they may need to be redrawn before November.
Shelters have drawn attention in Arizona and across the country, after reports of widespread abuse and mismanagement.
Chinese art taken by Western powers under colonialism has become a matter of national pride for China's government and its nouveau riche.
In an explosive letter, Archbishop Carlo Viganò accused Pope Francis of knowing about sexual abuse allegations against former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick and that he helped cover them up.
A 24-year-old man opened fire during a video game tournament at a mall in Jacksonville, Florida, Sunday afternoon, killing three people, including himself.
President Trump is trying to downplay the charges Michael Cohen has pleaded to by saying the hush-money payments Cohen made were "not a crime."
President Trump pardoning his former campaign chairman would be a "colossal mistake," law professor Jonathan Turley tells Here & Now's Robin Young.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson talks with NPR's Peter Overby to break down the law around campaign finance and the consequences for breaching it.
Ex-Balch Springs police officer Roy Oliver is on trial in Dallas for last year's shooting death of 15-year-old Jordan Edwards.
Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was convicted of fraud, and Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to violating campaign finance rules — both in the same day.
The term "unindicted co-conspirator" was used by the Watergate grand jury to describe President Nixon's role in the scandal that ultimately cost him his presidency.
The strike comes on the 47th anniversary of the riot at Attica Correctional Facility when prisoners seized control of the prison near Buffalo, New York.
Catholics are reacting online to the grand jury report this week revealing widespread sexual abuse of children by priests in Pennsylvania.