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This Valentine's Day you might want to steer clear of Victoria's Secret, unless you like your lingerie made by prisoners.
What will the United States do with 20,000 Iraqis in legal limbo?
Can Congress build a platform to change America's juvenile justice system?
As they serve prison time, offenders are slapped with fees they can't pay, creating a vicious cycle.
A teacher discovers that sixty years after its publication, Alan Paton's Cry, the Beloved Country still stirs deep emotions about fathers and errant sons.
The Warriors will miss this year's NBA playoffs, but they can still be winners by reaching out to at-risk youth in Oakland.
This year nearly 700,000 inmates in US prisons will be granted their freedom. And in a rare act of bipartisanship, a new law provides millions to rehabilitate them.
In California, sex offenders face the specter of incarceration without end.
In response to a crime wave, police are imprisoning a record number of nonviolent offenders.
How did the American criminal justice system go so wrong?
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