by Tara Culp-Ressler Posted on May 28, 2014
Now, she's suing the county where she was imprisoned.
by Jeff Spross Posted on May 25, 2014
The program pays $1 a day, and immigration advocates argue the work is often not voluntary in practice.
by Zack Ford Posted on May 14, 2014
If the military actually takes steps to accommodate Pvt. Chelea Manning's transgender-related medical needs, it will likely have to defy precedent.
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by Tara Culp-Ressler Posted on May 7, 2014
There are too few black men in clinical trials, which prevents scientists from effectively being able to study racial disparities in health treatments.
by Zack Ford Posted on May 7, 2014 Updated: May 7, 2014
A new report identifies the many disparities LGBT people and people living with HIV experience in the criminal justice system. Here are five such stories.
A new report outlines a plan to end the disparate treatment that LGBT people and people with HIV experience in education, immigration, and the criminal justice system.
by Nicole Flatow Posted on May 7, 2014
Spending 27 months in solitary without review is a "hardship," an appeals panel ruled. But there's not any recourse for inmate Joshua Robert Brown.
by Annie-Rose Strasser Posted on May 3, 2014
Whitney Lee will be able to keep receiving hormone treatments while in prison, a judge ruled Friday.
by Nicole Flatow Posted on May 1, 2014 Updated: May 1, 2014
California prison overcrowding deemed so severe it violates the Constitution is bleeding over to county jails, where many charged but not convicted face serious security and medical risks.
by Nicole Flatow Posted on April 24, 2014
Details of a new executive program that could shorten the outdated sentences of many federal inmates suggest as many as 23,000 inmates could have a shot.