In the midst of the Great Recession, a nurse, a car dealership worker and an insurance fraud specialist commit a revolutionary act: they read their mortgage documents.
Veteran Middle East expert Charles Glass combines reportage, analysis, and history to provide an overview of the Syrian conflict.
In jails that are overcrowded, underfunded, and face mounting medical costs, fiscal expediency can trump basic principles of medical care.
The more than 12,000 pages of documents released by CDCR reveal how the state planned to continue executing prisoners in light of a drug shortage.
A judge has granted a temporary restraining order barring Texas from implementing a rule that would allow the agency to license family detention centers.
The final version of the Senate’s criminal justice reform package no longer reduces sentences for violent crimes, and includes a new drug mandatory minimum.
At 8:00PM East, Brian Sonenstein and Jean Casella discuss Hell Is A Very Small Place, a collection diaries and essays on solitary confinement.
Hell Is A Very Small Place forces readers to reconcile their beliefs about solitary confinement with the words of people enduring it right now.
The complex issue of risk assessment places some people at a disadvantage, despite mitigating factors that could ensure they return to court.
Kevin Gosztola and journalist Raymond Bonner discuss his book Weakness and Deceit, chronicling Reagan’s disastrous intervention in El Salvador.