The State Department said Wednesday it would begin revoking passports of registered child sex offenders and will require them to apply for a new one that carries a "unique identifier" of their status.
By Matthew Lee, Associated Press
Florida has a disproportionately high population of sex offenders. During Irma, some counties offered them shelter in jail. Other sex offenders were out of luck.
By Elizabeth Flock
Child sex offenders make up the largest category of inmates in U.S. military prisons, yet a full accounting of their crimes and how much time they're actually locked up is shielded by an opaque system of justice, an Associated Press…
By Richard Lardner, Eileen Sullivan, Associated Press
In the novel "Lost Memory of Skin," author Russell Banks delves into deep issues of American life rarely raised or seen by most people. Jeffrey Brown and Banks discuss the book that explores a fictional group of convicted sex offenders.
Twenty-two states have laws that restrict where convicted sex offenders may live and, in some cases, how they interact with the community after they are released from prison. Jeffrey Kaye reports on the laws and the constitutional questions they've raised.
The Supreme Court ruled to require sex offenders to register with the state and keep in touch with authorities and to uphold California's "three strikes" sentencing law. Ray Suarez speaks with Jan Crawford Greenburg of The Chicago Tribune about the…
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