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The Next to Die
We Are Witnesses
The California Experiment
Politics and Reform
News & Awards
After Lethal Injection
A Night with the NYPD
A Victory for Lethal Injection
Bryan Stevenson on Charleston and Our Real Problem with Race
Can German Prisons Teach America how to Handle Its Most Violent Criminals?
Cops Shooting at Cars: A Really Bad Idea
Could a Bite Mark Catch a Killer?
Diary of a Madman?
Doing Whatever It Takes to Create a Prison Garden
Fact-Checking Season 3 of Orange Is the New Black
From Solitary to the Street
Germany’s Kinder, Gentler, Safer Prisons
Get Caught with Pot, Face Deportation
How Do We Hold a Child’s Mind Accountable?
How Germany Does Prison
How Germany Treats Juveniles
How the Right got Religion on Justice
In Charleston, Echoes of Violence from 1963
Job Opening: No Training, Low Pay, High Turnover
Join Our Facebook Chat On Rikers Island
Kalief Browder was a Good Kid. Should That Matter?
Lessons for Bratton on How to Recruit Black Officers
Money, Dogs, and Diligence: How to Catch an Escaped Prisoner
New Jersey Moves to Keep Kids Under 15 From Adult Court
Nigerians are Flocking to Work in Texas Prisons
No Bail, Less Hope: The Death of Kalief Browder
Ohio Gets a Third Chance to Kill Michael Keenan
Preying on Prisoners
Scott Walker on Crime and Punishment: Back to the ‘90s
The Corizon CEO on Losing Its Contract With Rikers
The Possibly Coerced Confession at the Heart of the Bite Mark Case
The Stiff Competition to Work in German Prisons
The Surprisingly Imperfect Science of DNA Testing
This is Rikers
What Prisons Can Learn From Schools
What’s Justice for Kids Who Kill?
What to Read: The Charleston Massacre
What Will You Look Like 20 Years From Now?
When is a Crime a Hate Crime?
Who Runs Rikers?
Why Carlos Montero Has Been in Rikers for Seven Years Without Trial
Why New York Dropped Corizon
You Can’t Go Home Again
‘You’re Really Being an Asshole, Officer.’