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Life Inside April 25
“It was as though a small part of me died with each execution.”
Life Inside January 10
“Step by step, I shuffle forward amid the mass of bodies, waiting to get inside.”
News September 4, 2018
A lawsuit is challenging private hearings that take just seconds.
News June 7, 2018
As Andre Thomas faces execution for three gory murders, a court questions jury bias and his competency.
News May 1, 2018
How the administration is turning child protection into law enforcement
Life Inside January 25, 2018
When a trip to the hospital means spending hours on a cramped bus handcuffed to another prisoner.
The Frame January 19, 2018
Photographer Kirsten Luce captures the challenges facing migrants who arrive at a U.S. border crossing in Laredo, Texas.
Feature October 11, 2017
As the climate changes, inmates without air-conditioning have no escape from extreme heat.
Life Inside September 7, 2017
Employee perks: None, really, unless you count the nail gun fights.
Case in Point June 12, 2017
The Jerry Hartfield case is an extraordinary tale of justice delayed and denied.