At Stewart, roughly 1,700 men wait to find out whether they'll be deported from the United States. Chances are, they will be.
Eleven days after the DOJ said it would end the use of private prisons, DHS announced a plan to evaluate whether to "move in the same direction."
Many of the 27 women on strike have written letters claiming that they are served inedible food and are denied adequate medical care and legal representation as they wait for their cases to be resolved.
The 2016 presidential election could determine the future of the private prison industry in the US, but its two largest corporations now take in a combined $3.2 billion in annual revenue.
The Justice is Not For Sale Act would eliminate all private prison contracts within three years, but experts say the industry won't be taken down so easily.
Two private prisons are becoming licensed childcare facilities so that the US can continue to keep thousands of Central American women and children behind bars.
Almost every fashion show has some kind of historical reference or allusion-based theme underpinning it. We took a deeper look at some of these concepts that were presented on the runways during New York Fashion Week.
Telling companies that investing in prisons is unethical won't do much. But telling them that it's bad for your money will work much better.
Many of America's prisons are run by for-profit corporations, so clearly some people are making lots and lots of money off the booming business of keeping human beings in cages. But who are these people? Using public data, I came up with some names.