Supporters of German-Turkish journalist Deniz Yücel demonstrate with heart-shaped balloons during a motorcade protest on February 14th, 2018, in Berlin, Germany.
A pile of tires burns as prison officers demonstrate in front of Villefranche-sur-Saône prison in Lyon, France, on January 15th, 2018.
Facing a shortage of space for inmates, Missouri's Greene County Jail opted to build an insta-prison in the parking lot. Is that OK?
The rapper's experience with probation is far from unusual for ex-prisoners.
Pacific Standard recommends The Prison in Twelve Landscapes, a new PBS documentary that skips the statistics to demonstrate prison culture's effects outside of the bars.
President Donald Trump has restored consumer confidence in private prisons—but they were never in danger of failing to begin with.
Legal financial obligations can saddle a prisoner with exponentially increasing debt long after they’ve been released from prison. It can even land them back in jail. Can the cycle be broken?
From Indiana to Pennsylvania, second-chance legislation is increasingly becoming a viable option for some offenders.
Community groups are posting bail for indigent defendants, undermining the original principles of bail, and pushing for criminal justice reform.
If there was ever an example of how economic incentives can warp the institutions of justice, local jails are it.
More evidence that race plays a role in who goes to jail in the U.S.