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A Marshall Project survey of the incarcerated showed widespread interest in the coronavirus vaccine as well as pervasive distrust of the prison medical system.
Feature February 26
A court battle over an obscure Tennessee statute freed these men from prison. Years later, they were told they must return.
Coronavirus February 25
The Marshall Project is collecting data on COVID-19 infections in state and federal prisons. See how the virus has affected correctional facilities where you live.
Analysis February 22
If not for inconsistent and shoddy record-keeping, we might know if settlements make a difference in police misconduct.
News February 19
The deep freeze has been terrible for many Texans, but prisoners have little way to get warm.
News and Awards February 12
Our investigation exposed Mississippi’s modern-day debtors prisons.
Feature February 12
In Baton Rouge, police dogs bit a teenager 17 or younger every three weeks, on average.
Life Inside February 11
“At the heart of our mental chess game lies a profound lesson: The difference between being content or distraught is a matter of perspective.”
Feature February 11
The federal agency’s teams have killed an average of 22 suspects and bystanders a year.
Death Sentences February 10
The Marshall Project tracked every execution in America for more than five years. For condemned people, the path to death grew longer, more winding and erratic.