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Case in Point June 6
A Pennsylvania case illustrates a national problem: People with psychiatric illnesses often remain incarcerated while they wait for a hospital bed.
The Frame October 4, 2018
A Pennsylvania artist draws hundreds of fellow inmates to show the scale of mass incarceration.
Life Inside November 17, 2016
“Her eyes were slightly open, but vacant.”
Feature October 26, 2016
In this federal prison, inmates have a choice: live with a violent cellmate or end up in shackles.
Case in Point September 22, 2016
In Pennsylvania, the heart of solitary confinement reform, an intellectually disabled inmate says he’s been held in wretched isolation for 36 years.
Commentary June 9, 2016
How Terrance Williams became the face of the death penalty debate in Pennsylvania.
Q&A June 7, 2016
Who knew cell phones had a smell?
News November 3, 2015
An expensive, tough-on-crime race tests the current system.
Feature August 4, 2015
Should prison sentences be based on crimes that haven’t been committed yet?