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Q&A June 12, 2017
The inmate-produced show will tell intimate stories of daily life behind bars.
News July 27, 2016
“We have far too much imperialism in the chief executive.”
Q&A March 2, 2016
‘Rodney King is in the lineage of Emmett Till, Medgar Evers, Trayvon Martin — that lineage of violation.’
Q&A February 21, 2016
After 42 years in solitary, Albert Woodfox walks free.
Q&A February 17, 2016
‘There was nothing I could do with him being in there.’
Q&A January 20, 2016
Not hardly. But he’s for rolling back the war on drugs, ending mass incarceration, and letting former convicts vote.
Commentary December 18, 2015
Missed the discussion? Here are the highlights.
Commentary December 16, 2015
Thursday at 12:30 PM, The Marshall Project and ProPublica are hosting a Digg Dialog on how police should handle rape allegations.
News December 9, 2015
Journalists Liliana Segura, Gabriel Dance and Maurice Chammah took your questions about the death penalty and criminal justice reporting. Here are some of the highlights.
Q&A November 25, 2015
Revisiting a 30-year concept that is used to justify deadly force.
Q&A November 23, 2015
A new documentary criticizes TASER International and the studies behind their safety claims.
Q&A August 20, 2015
For $2 a day, “It’s a hairy adventure, let me tell you.”
Q&A July 23, 2015
Rule Number 1: Comply now, contest later.
Q&A June 24, 2015
“I don’t believe slavery ended in 1865, I believe it just evolved.”
Q&A June 19, 2015
A prosecutor looks back on the Birmingham church bombing.
Q&A May 26, 2015
Malcolm Bell, former special state prosecutor and whistleblower, on getting away with murder.
Asked and Answered May 22, 2015
An Oklahoma corrections officer on the stress and danger of understaffing, and why each inmate should be given a joint twice a day.
Q&A May 19, 2015
“If these biker gangs were non-white, we’d have a national freakout.”
Justice Lab May 6, 2015
A new book says kids know they’re a fantasy — even a healthy one.
Asked and Answered May 6, 2015
A 32-year-old woman on what it’s like being engaged to someone serving a life sentence, long-distance romantic gestures, and the cost of each visit.
News April 24, 2015
A forensic whistleblower on the latest scandal.
Q&A April 9, 2015
‘They tell you justice is blind. I am telling you that justice can see.'
Q&A April 7, 2015
On the eve of deliberations over the fate of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, a juror in the Timothy McVeigh trial looks back.
Commentary March 30, 2015
What a battle between a Mississippi judge and a group of public defenders tells us about the state of indigent defense.
Asked and Answered March 25, 2015
A New York City cop of over 20 years on the media’s ignorance, the benefits of stop-and-frisk, and why he wishes he could live in New Jersey.
Asked and Answered March 17, 2015
Daniel Luke, a 45-year-old former inmate from Oregon, on his time behind bars and what he struggles with now that he’s out.
Commentary March 2, 2015
On the 10th anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court decision about juveniles and the death penalty, what has really changed?
News February 27, 2015
Why cities are struggling with backlogs, and what they’re doing about them.
Justice Lab February 12, 2015
A new book examines the morality of crime.