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Feature February 11
The federal agency’s teams have killed an average of 22 suspects and bystanders a year.
Feature August 13, 2020
U.S. Marshals are transporting prisoners without testing them for coronavirus
Feature July 24, 2020
An oral history of the first federal execution under Donald Trump, as told by victims’ relatives, prison staff, and others.
Feature July 22, 2020
Field trainers "are part of the old guard of the department. They teach the old way of doing things."
News June 3, 2020
Stories from The Marshall Project’s archives that shine a light on police, violence and racial inequality in America
Coronavirus May 21, 2020
Just a small fraction of federal prisoners have been sent home. Many others lack legal help and connections to make their case.
Analysis November 26, 2019
Gender has passed religion and sexual orientation as one of the most common motivations behind hate crimes, but recognizing it is a challenge for many police departments.
News September 10, 2019
The transportation safety board works with federally-regulated air travel. A policing board would deal with thousands of local police departments.
Analysis August 28, 2019
Calls grow to create an independent court system that protects immigration judges from political pressure.
News August 14, 2019
A hiring freeze by the Trump administration shrank the federal prison workforce at twice the rate of the declining prison population.