How Men in Prison Reacted to Brett Kavanaugh's Confirmation
"The hypocrisy in this country, and in our leaders, is astounding."
What Life Is Really Like at Martin Shkreli's New Prison Home
"Shkreli needs to realise that serving time in federal prison comes with discomfort."
When Your 18th Birthday Gift Is a Transfer to Adult Prison
They looked confused when they saw a baby-faced kid walk down the aisle in shackles and an orange jumpsuit.
How Drug Trafficking Conspiracy Laws Put Regular People in Prison for Life
If you rub elbows with big-time drug dealers, you can get sentenced to decades behind bars thanks to laws passed at the height of the drug panic in the 1980s.
Even White-Collar Criminals Can Get Screwed Over by the Prison System
A man I once knew in prison got out but was unable to return to anything resembling a normal life thanks to aggressive parole restrictions.
How One Man from the St. Louis Projects Got Out of Prison and Went Back Again
Larry walked out of Missouri state prison with some money and a job, but like most former inmates, he got dragged back in.
My Struggle to Work as a Journalist Inside Prison
It was common practice for the Email Police, as we called them, to reject my incoming and outgoing messages. I once had all of my emails rejected for 72 hours straight – emails that said things like, "I love you mum," and "I'm going outside for a walk."
Photos of Christmas Decorations in Depressing Places
Whether it's at the DMV, a cemetery or a building where children go to be treated for cancer, everyone seems keen to spread a little festive cheer.
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete
The Drugs Issue
In the netherworld of corruption and violence, convicts live for drama.