The Marshall Project
At Stewart Detention Center, roughly 1,700 men wait to find out whether they'll be deported from the United States. Chances are, they will be.
From moonshine to tattoos to balloons of drugs, America's prison inmates do what it takes to make life inside tolerable.
6,000 people are about to be freed from federal custody in the US —here's what they'll face on the outside.
In Germany, where citizens actually compete with one another to work for prisons, some states require applicants to score over 100 on an IQ test to even qualify for the job.