In 'Westworld,' Sex Worker Robots Now Hold All The Power
The show uses sex work as a proxy for wider themes of consent, trauma, exploitation, and empowerment.
'Prison Architect' Has No Room for Political Action
'Prison Architect' models building well, but it fails to strike at a system that routinely abuses prisoners' rights.
North Korea: We’re really the “biggest victim” of Otto Warmbier’s death
State of the Nation
Incarceration today is a massive undertaking that employs thousands, costs billions, and yields a complex set of results—some of which are outlined on these pages.
Aboriginal Activists Marked One Year Since the Death of Ms Dhu in Custody
Tuesday was the first anniversary of the death of a Yamatji woman in police lock-up in South Hedland, Western Australia.
At a Protest for Two French Journalists Jailed in West Papua
Two French journalists who have been trapped in a West Papuan jail for more than 40 days. Depending on how things pan out they could face 20 years behind bars.
Smuggling Bust Uncovers Over 100 Migrants Imprisoned in Filthy Stash House
Texas police found 108 people packed into a squalid home near Houston. Smugglers had removed the victims' clothing to make escape harder.