Lauren Lee White
It's going to get weirder from here.
After 13 siblings were found badly malnourished and shackled to their beds in California, it's worth thinking about what to watch out for—and how to help.
Shackled to beds and malnourished by allegedly abusive parents who homeschooled them, the Turpin siblings are free. We asked experts how they move on.
This season's fires are already uniquely deadly and devastating, and the trend-lines do not look good.
A look inside one day at juvenile court in East Los Angeles, where kids charged with everything from smoking weed to attempted murder get to know the system.
Talking to the filmmakers behind a powerful new documentary about one of the most notorious criminal justice excesses in American history.
"I love the cutting, I love the chainsaw, I love being on the mountains. It's one of the places where you feel free. You feel like you're giving back."
Now that solitary is on the national radar, systemic problems with "the hole" are being laid bare for all to see.
After a prisoner hunger strike and a lawsuit, the authorities will no longer be able to throw inmates in solitary just for allegedly belonging to a gang.
When the state of California announced that it was closing the only facility where prisoners could be with their kids, it was the women themselves who kept it open.