Irons was wrongfully convicted of burglary and assault.
Minnesota Lynx player Maya Moore is taking a break from the court to bring attention to what she says is the wrongful conviction of Jonathan Irons.
Joshua Norman, 26, was found hanging in his cell in Mississippi State Penitentiary's Unit 29 during a Sunday morning security check.
Willie Nash was taken into custody and strip-searched at a county jail. He's now serving 12 years in jail for having his cell phone with him.
Former Vice President Joe Biden, currently in rural Iowa on his "No Malarkey" tour, also doubled down on his claim that he told President Obama not to endorse him back in October.
The presidential candidate said that he would not push to legalize marijuana on a federal level if elected as it could be a "gateway drug."
The United States, a nation addicted to punishment and cages, is the number one jailer in the world, something that Pressley is seeking to change.
Anita Hill, who accused Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment during his 1991 confirmation hearing, is seeking real change.
Presidential Candidates Take Note: Black Women Voters Want to Hear Your Plan For Addressing These Issues
Glynda C. Carr, co-founder of Higher Heights for America, shares the results of a new poll, revealing the issues that candidates should be paying attention to.
The 2020 Presidential candidate has her eyes set on ending mass incarceration, the death penalty, money bail and much more as a way of overhauling the criminal justice system.
In its third year, the #FreeBlackMama's initiative proves what can happen when the community comes together.
A new study by The Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice shows that in a broken system, Black and Latino youth are the biggest victims.
State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby joins with prosecutors nationwide who have opted out of prosecuting low-level marijuana cases and vacating old marijuana convictions.
Kamala Harris gave a passionate defense of her criminal justice record during a CNN town hall in Des Moines, Iowa.
Kalief Browder became a victim of the criminal justice system at 16. Nearly four years after his death, his family has reached a settlement.
The NBC Nightly News anchor is using his platform to shed a light on the lives affected by a flawed criminal justice system.
The rapper will also be embarking on his first tour next year since his release from jail in April.