Bureau of Prisons
The Bureau of Prisons formalized key policies advocates say should help LGBTQ people inside—even under Trump.
Declassified internal CIA reports released Tuesday describes the systematic torture of the first high-value detainee to die in CIA custody.
Newly released CIA documents show that trainers from the Federal Bureau of Prisons traveled to a CIA black site in Afghanistan and trained guards shortly before a detainee named Gul Rahman was found dead in his cell.
The Obama administration has vowed to pass undocumented immigrants convicted of federal crimes directly to ICE after they are released from prison.
Eight years after he first vowed to close the detention facility at Guantanamo, Obama delivered a long-awaited plan Tuesday that offered little in the way of new ideas.
For those predisposed to mental illness, isolation can induce anxiety, depression, distortions, paranoia, even psychosis.
"Everyone in here is saying that only a black president would do something like this."
A long-forgotten government report reveals US facilities that could become new homes for detainees as part of the White House's long-standing goal to close the Guantanamo Bay detention facility.
Charles E. Samuels told Congress that prisoners aren't placed in solitary—a.k.a. "the hole"—but inmates VICE spoke to say that's flat-out untrue.