An annual cyber security report identifies nine basic styles used in more than 90 percent of network attacks
By Katti Gray
Correctional health care for HIV sufferers ends when an inmate goes home. A pilot project investigates how to close a gap that can threaten public health.
A bipartisan panel of criminal justice experts today released 39 recommendations for fixing flaws in America's capital punishment system
A new analysis of federal data suggests that men are victimized significantly more than previously thought, according to a new study in the American Journal of Public Health
By Adam Wisnieski
Crime mapping helps citizens understand what’s going on in their neighborhoods, but transparency advocates warn the increasing use of private companies to organize the data defeats the purpose
By Marc Mauer
This week’s NRC report on imprisonment paves the way for further changes in federal and state sentencing codes—particularly for drug offenders and long-term prisoners, says a leading reform advocate
By Ted Gest
America's world-leading incarceration rate has had little effect on crime while causing "acute" consequences for poor minority neighborhoods, says a new study from a committee of experts.
By Alison Gene Smith
In many poor, rural areas of the country, victims of spousal abuse still suffer in silence. An Idaho journalist explores how attitudes have begun to change, thanks to increasing awareness by authorities
'It is all but certain that several of the 1,320 defendants executed since 1977 were innocent,' according to new research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
By Megan Cassidy
A Wyoming journalist examines the consequences of her state’s growing reliance on jails for mental health services
TCR at a Glance
special report May 30, 2016
‘If you would’ve addressed my victimization as a child, I probably never would have ended up in prison,’ one Wisconsin ...
May 27, 2016
New Hampshire grapples with the ethical challenges of balancing treatment and protection.
special report May 26, 2016
As presidential candidates focus on the opioid epidemic, grassroots initiatives are transforming the national debate about drugs.
May 25, 2016
Will rising crime and tough rhetoric from Donald Trump and a coterie of GOP hardliners weaken the emerging conservative consensus on just...
special report May 24, 2016
In Pennsylvania's Cumberland County, African Americans are more likely to face criminal prosecution than whites. And the racial dispariti...
special report May 23, 2016
In Part 4 of our podcast series, Lorenzo Brooks faces the challenges of navigating a now-unfamiliar world he left behind when he went to ...
new & notable May 20, 2016
The footage could give judges and juries a better sense of how events unfold in stressful situations, researchers say.