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Life Beyond Bars: One Man’s Journey From Prison to College

Life Beyond Bars: One Man’s Journey From Prison to College

Juan Echevarria, a former inmate who is pursuing a college degree, on his mother’s couch, where he sometimes has to sleep.
Germany Didn’t Know Migrant Held in Killing Had Violent Past in Greece

Germany Didn’t Know Migrant Held in Killing Had Violent Past in Greece

The Hohenasperg prison hospital in Asperg, Germany, where the Afghan suspect in the case of a murdered medical student has been transferred.
Jordan Frees Soldier Who Killed 7 Israeli Schoolgirls in ’97 Rampage

Jordan Frees Soldier Who Killed 7 Israeli Schoolgirls in ’97 Rampage

Ahmed Daqamseh, in sunglasses, was welcomed home in the village of Ibdir in northern Jordan after being released from prison, where he served 20 years.
A Rogue Trader Blames the System, but Not All Are Persuaded

A Rogue Trader Blames the System, but Not All Are Persuaded

The former UBS trader Kweko M. Adoboli in 2012. “I don’t want some kid to go through what I went through,” he said in a talk this week.
2 Inmates Kill Georgia Guards and Escape From Prison Bus, Officials Say

2 Inmates Kill Georgia Guards and Escape From Prison Bus, Officials Say

An undated photo combo by the Georgia Department of Corrections of the inmates Ricky Dubose, left, and Donnie Russell Rowe.
For Rajat Gupta, Returning Is a Hard Road

For Rajat Gupta, Returning Is a Hard Road

Mr. Gupta leaving federal court in New York in October 2012 after he was sentenced to prison for divulging corporate secrets.
Readers React: Redemption, Then Rejection From Harvard

Readers React: Redemption, Then Rejection From Harvard

Michelle Jones, a Ph.D. student at N.Y.U., was accepted to, and then denied by, Harvard after serving 20 years in prison for murder. Readers debated Harvard’s decision.
Entrepreneurship: As ‘Ban the Box’ Spreads, Private Employers Still Have Questions

Entrepreneurship: As ‘Ban the Box’ Spreads, Private Employers Still Have Questions

Dave’s Killer Bread, an Oregon company, formed a foundation that works with government agencies, nonprofit groups and businesses to encourage the hiring of workers who have criminal records.
Fujimori Urges Peruvians to Set Aside ‘Grudges’ After His Release

Fujimori Urges Peruvians to Set Aside ‘Grudges’ After His Release

Former President Alberto Fujimori of Peru leaving a hospital in Lima on Thursday. He appealed for unity in a pair of Twitter posts over the weekend.
As Labor Pool Shrinks, Prison Time Is Less of a Hiring Hurdle

As Labor Pool Shrinks, Prison Time Is Less of a Hiring Hurdle

Jordan Forseth on the assembly line at Stoughton Trailers in Stoughton, Wis. He was hired there when he was an inmate and stayed on after being released.
As Labor Pool Shrinks, Prison Time Is Less of a Hiring Hurdle

As Labor Pool Shrinks, Prison Time Is Less of a Hiring Hurdle

Jordan Forseth on the assembly line at Stoughton Trailers in Stoughton, Wis. He was hired there when he was an inmate and stayed on after being released.
As Labor Pool Shrinks, Prison Time Is Less of a Hiring Hurdle

As Labor Pool Shrinks, Prison Time Is Less of a Hiring Hurdle

Jordan Forseth on the assembly line at Stoughton Trailers in Stoughton, Wis. He was hired there when he was an inmate and stayed on after being released.
A ‘Blue’ Florida? There Are No Quick Demographic Fixes for Democrats

A ‘Blue’ Florida? There Are No Quick Demographic Fixes for Democrats

Voters exited a polling place during early voting in late October 2016 in Miami. President Trump won Florida by 1.2 percentage points.
A ‘Blue’ Florida? There Are No Quick Demographic Fixes for Democrats

A ‘Blue’ Florida? There Are No Quick Demographic Fixes for Democrats

Voters exited a polling place during early voting in late October 2016 in Miami. President Trump won Florida by 1.2 percentage points.
Big City: Criminal Justice Reform Empties Cells, Parole Fills Them Up Again

Big City: Criminal Justice Reform Empties Cells, Parole Fills Them Up Again

Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, N.Y. While the number of state and federal prisoners continues to fall, former inmates are often reincarcerated because of technical parole violations.
A Report of Sexual Misconduct, a $25,000 Payment and an Activist’s Abrupt Exit

A Report of Sexual Misconduct, a $25,000 Payment and an Activist’s Abrupt Exit

In December, Glenn E. Martin, a leading voice in the push to close Rikers Island, abruptly quit the criminal justice reform group he had founded. A woman who had worked for him at the organization had
Op-Ed Columnist: Democracy, on the March

Op-Ed Columnist: Democracy, on the March

Ballot initiatives in Michigan and Florida offer a step forward for voting rights.
Senate Leaders Reconsider Ban on Pell Grants for Prisoners

Senate Leaders Reconsider Ban on Pell Grants for Prisoners

Part of the Sing Sing Correctional Facility complex in Ossining, N.Y.