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Feature June 29
During the pandemic, prison officials could have prevented sickness and death by releasing those who were most vulnerable to coronavirus and least likely to reoffend — older incarcerated people.
Feature April 23
At the start of the pandemic, we asked four incarcerated people to chronicle daily life with the coronavirus. Here, they reveal what they witnessed and how they coped with the chaos, fear, isolation and deaths.
News April 20
“There is a whole wave of attacking elderly people in different ways," one New York legislator says.
News December 17, 2020
His administration has funneled $30 million to Ashland University in Ohio. Critics say the school’s tablet-based program fails incarcerated students.
Feature December 15, 2020
Most officers get training to respond to injuries, but are often not required to use it.
News September 25, 2020
Trump speaks of "anarchy and mayhem" in cities. Here's what the data really shows.
News June 18, 2020
Lawmakers in 16 states have introduced bills to improve police oversight and accountability.
Life Inside May 14, 2020
COVID-19 isn’t an automatic death sentence, but the fear, vilification and isolation are the same.
Coronavirus May 14, 2020
Fatal victims illuminate women’s unique problems in prison, and the all-too-common ways they get there in the first place.
Life Inside May 7, 2020
Our running joke: ‘You may go crazy in here, but at least you won’t get corona.’