There's more than one way to run a prison. Here are just a few of the possibilities
Corporations are rushing to get in on the exploding growth of the prison-industrial complex. Will the WTO require nations to accept corporate prisons?
Why does the "home of the free" lock up 2 million men, women, boys, and girls-most of them people of color?
Are all crime victims after revenge? Genesee County criminal justice officials are finding that victims are after something else-something that our criminal justice system rarely offers.
The war on drugs has turned the United States into the world's top jailer, a police state with a higher percentage of its population in jail than any other country.
Young offenders quickly get the message: You get three freebies before anyone takes you seriously. But all that changes at youth court
Can an actor and playwright bring discipline and racial harmony to inmates of California's toughest prisons? Zoot helps prisoners in his drama program transform into "Urban Legends"