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Recent stories from The Marshall Project.
News June 24
“Whatever would come of this, they wouldn’t expel me or anything,” said a 17-year-old reporter. “I’m just presenting the facts.”
News June 18
About 750 federal inmates will be transferred to Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody starting in mid-July.
News June 17
The House bill does something unprecedented: It blocks immigrants from citizenship based on their juvenile records.
News June 12
Craig Hicks' broad hatred of non-white people lay behind the 2015 crime.
News June 12
For the Muslim community in North Carolina, motive matters in 2015 student shootings.
News June 11
In Maine and Vermont, low literacy rates and little access to information means many inmates don’t exercise their right to cast ballots.
News June 10
Lawmakers change rules after Marshall Project report on compensation fund.
News June 7
Broken spoons, beard trimmer parts and other ingenious, sometimes dangerous, tools used by incarcerated body artists.
News June 5
Officials are trying to line up jobs and housing for 2,200 inmates who are scheduled to be freed in July under the First Step Act.
News May 30
The Monument Quilt, a testament to those affected by sexual violence, will blanket the National Mall with their words.