How the World's Prisons Look From Within
Photographer Jan Banning takes us into the prisons of Uganda, France, the US and Colombia.
PHOTOS: Life on the Streets of San Francisco Through the Lens of Ex-Inmates
Although free, these two men are still fighting to break free of the system.
Stop Trying to Fly Drugs Into Prisons With Drones
At least six people have tried this in Australia in the past few months. Zero have succeeded.
Pamela Anderson Wants Australia's Female Inmates to Go Vegan
"Providing vegan food honours one of the driving principles of yoga — ahimsa, doing no harm."
Drones Keep Trying to Deliver Contraband to NSW Prisons
Corrective Services has busted the third drone in a month.
What Happens to Prison Inmates Caught in Hurricanes?
Texas prisoners say they went days without running water after Harvey.
Michael Patrick Welch
[Exclusive] This Film Was So F**ked Up That England Banned Its Youth Prisons
Now's your chance to catch Alan Clarke's "Scum," in all its brutality, on the big screen at Metrograph.
Proof Anyone Can Rob a Bank
How an unassuming US photographer already on police radar allegedly stole $500,000 in 11 heists over four years.
New Report Slams New Zealand's Degrading Treatment of Prisoners and Mentally Ill
Isolation rooms for children, tie-down chairs for prisoners, solitary confinement for the mentally ill: NZ's use of solitary is in breach of international standards.
The Real 'Shawshank' Is So Creepy You'd Crawl Through a River of Shit to Escape It Too
Former inmate Michael Humphrey now gives tours of the place, and man he has stories.
The 'Written Inside' Podcast Offers a Unique Perspective Inside Prison Cells
A new podcast tells the stories of long-serving inmates who stay sane by playing cardboard pianos and killing roaches.
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How Music Is Keeping People from Going Back to Prison
An expanding California arts program is proven to cut recidivism and save prisons money. Can it be a new model for prison reform?