In depth

Inside the town that’s home to America’s most notorious criminals

Colorado’s federal Supermax houses the worst of the worst offenders in America – from El Chapo to criminal masterminds. The people who live and work nearby tell Sheila Flynn what it’s like to live in the shadow of the most infamous criminals on the planet

<p>The  Florence ADMAX, known colloquially as the ADX, Supermax or Alcatraz of the Rockies,  has been housing some of the worst criminals on the planet, from El Chapo to terrorist masterminds, since the mid-90s – as the residents of Florence and Fremont County, Colorado live and work beside them </p>

She miscarried a nonviable pregnancy. Now she’s facing a felony charge

Brittany Watts suffered a miscarriage at home after doctors deemed her foetus unviable. Days later, she was charged with felony abuse of a corpse in a striking example of Ohio’s dangerously confusing abortion laws, writes Andrea Blanco

A year in congressional chaos: The craziest moments from 2023

From falsely activated fire alarms to lunging lawmakers and criminal indictments, here are the moments that defined 2023 in Congress. Ariana Baio reports

<p>House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) rubs his face during the fourth day of elections for Speaker of the House at the U.S. Capitol Building on January 06, 2023 </p>

Children of Gaza

Special reportIsrael-Hamas war

The children of Gaza: The lives cut short by war

One little girl wanted to be a YouTube star. Her brother adored football. Their cousin was a teenage electronics wiz. Since the start of Israel’s offensive in Gaza, more than 7,000 children have been killed. Here are some of their stories

<p>Some of the lives lost in a conflict the UN says has turned Gaza into a graveyard for children</p>





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