A New Jersey man was convicted of fraudulently collecting unemployment benefits while he was in jail.
Rich covers a New York Times story on Iran and ISIS, a controversy at the University of Texas and a cop who is in trouble for a Facebook post. He talks to a student writer from USA Today, Dr. Mazz, and author Kirk Honeycutt.
A Pennsylvania man has been jailed on charges that he left his 7-month-old daughter at home alone while he went out to drink, then assaulted the girl’s mother when she returned home from work early to find the girl alone.
Jayson Werth was sentenced to ten days in jail on Friday.
The rapper known as Meek Mill is being released from a Philadelphia jail after serving five months for violating parole in a 2009 drug case.
A Pennsylvania man has been jailed on charges that he extorted $13,000 from another man in exchange for not telling the alleged victim’s wife that he was having an affair.
A female prison guard trainee has been charged by the state Department of Corrections with having sex with an inmate — in the chapel of a central Pennsylvania prison.
In this age of the anything-goes internet, it may seem quaint to think of a time when someone could go to jail for publishing naughty books. But a man who actually did that helped loosen the moral strings on society.
Another state prison term has been handed down to a New Jersey man who fled to Canada just before he was due to be sentenced for stealing from his neighbors after Tropical Storm Irene.
Twelve men, plus a 17-year-old boy, are facing several charges for possessing and disseminating thousands of images.
A Pennsylvania mother of seven died in a jail cell where she was serving a two-day sentence for her children’s absence from school, drawing complaints from the judge that sent her there about a broken system that punishes impoverished parents.
A Pennsylvania man has been jailed on charges he burned his sleeping wife with a hot soup pot, then burned her some more by pouring the liquid on her face.
When does someone get sentenced to house arrest?
A new report has some disturbing information about young men in America: A large number of them have been arrested by the time they’re 23.
Twenty years ago Congress signed a bill ending the opportunity for prisoners to be eligible for Pell grants. There’s a move on to change that.