by Jessica Goldstein Jul 15, 2015
"I feel guilty about allowing the suffering to go on as long as it did. And that’s reinforced in the movie."
by Sam P.K. Collins Jun 16, 2015
The lawsuit alleges that more than 1,500 inmates have gone without treatment.
by Alice Ollstein Jun 15, 2015 Updated: Jun 15, 2015
How Jeb Bush's record on tax cuts, stem cells, marijuana and the death penalty reverberate in Florida today.
by Sam P.K. Collins Apr 24, 2015
“Punishment has not been successful. The behavior that we often see is a cry for help.”
by Alice Ollstein Mar 31, 2015
The company is facing new accusations of abuse and neglect in California, Pennsylvania and Minnesota.
by Jessica Goldstein Mar 27, 2015
POTUS digs into the war on drugs with the man who brought us Omar.
by Alice Ollstein Mar 24, 2015
"I want to tell them, 'You're slime balls,' but I can't," said DC Council member David Grosso (I) about those pushing for the private prison health care contract.
by Alice Ollstein Mar 18, 2015
"I think the DOJ's report on Ferguson shined a light on the corrupting influence a profit motive can have on what happens in the criminal justice system," said attorney Deborah Golden, who represents current and former inmates at the DC jail.
by Beenish Ahmed Mar 16, 2015
“[President] Xi has spearheaded an ideological shift that harkens back to the Maoist era," the report's authors said.
by Beenish Ahmed Feb 6, 2015
According to UNICEF, around 700 Palestinian children under the age of 17 are arrested, interrogated, and detained by Israeli authorities each year.