Outgoing president granted 330 commutations Thursday, including to two men profiled by 'Rolling Stone' in December
Progressives rallied around Manning's rights as a trans woman in prison – but there's thousands more we can't forget about now that she's free
Before President Obama granted clemency, Manning was serving 35 years in prison, the longest sentence for a leak in U.S. history
Under the terms of the commutation, Manning is set to be released in five months, rather than in 2045
Tignor faced a minimum 15-year sentence as an "armed career criminal"; he now seeks a commutation from Obama
Six-part miniseries examines life and death of 22-year-old who killed himself after two years in solitary confinement
"No person should serve a life sentence for a nonviolent drug offense," Copeland says
Lawyer says that under today's laws his sentence likely would have been 11 years shorter
"I try to stay positive and have faith that I will be chosen, but I know my chances are slim," she says
Inmate received 170 months in prison after two previous minor offenses classified him as a "career offender"
"I am asking you to bring justice to thousands of families by granting as many clemencies as possible before you leave office," singer asks president
Reggie Cole was falsely imprisoned as a teenager. A decade later, he got a chance to prove his innocence — after stabbing a fellow inmate to death
Brendan Dassey's story illustrates how vulnerable people with intellectual disabilities are to injustice at every level
"The tactics that you see on the interrogation tape are all too common"
Fifteen years of pain and suffering outside the rule of law — why can't we close the prison at Guantanamo Bay?