Although America celebrated its independence yesterday, many, if not most, of the folks pictured below probably weren't feeling especially independent -- because they were behind bars. Below, check out the rogue's gallery from June, featuring photos of assorted Schmucks of the Week as well as those ... More >>
Governor John Hickenlooper confounded death-penalty advocates and opponents alike last month when he granted a reprieve but not clemency to Nathan Dunlap, who'd been scheduled for execution in August for the 1993 murders of four people. Now David Isberg is hoping the governor will intervene to prev ... More >>
Medical treatment for prisoners and halfway-house residents can be tough to swallow. Health care inside prison walls can be downright criminal, a situation we’ve chronicled in some detail in our Crime and Punishment Archive. But the care can actually be worse for parolees, since the Colorado ... More >>
A bureaucratic loophole limits halfway house residents' access to health care, making it harder to survive on the outside.
The yin and yang of Opeth, one of metal's most fascinatingly complex acts.