Corrections Corporation of America
A trial starting this week offers a rare window into the workings of the typically opaque private-prison industry, which is due for a big boost under Donald Trump.
At Stewart, roughly 1,700 men wait to find out whether they'll be deported from the United States. Chances are, they will be.
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.
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.
Several stabbings reportedly happened in quick succession while inmates at Oklahoma's Cimaron Correctional Facility were being let out into an exercise yard.
Private prison companies are reaping in government cash to run detention centers for immigrant families, despite a court ruling ordering the Obama administration to close the controversial facilities.
After being locked up for 10 years, Alex Friedmann crusades against what he sees as the immoral greed of private-prison corporations.
California is being forced by the courts to move inmates out of its overcrowded prison system, which is just another opportunity for the people who make money from incarceration to cash in.
Retirement funds for public school teachers (as well as other government employees) in several states have a combined $90 million invested in Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) and GEO Group, one of the largest private-prison companies in the...