Prisons

Intense isolation — compounded with trust issues — prevented Ariana Steen from forming healthy bonds with other Black women.
“No one should have to spend the holidays in jail simply because they can’t afford bail, and no child should be without their parents during this time," he said.
The former tennis great said others stepped in when he was menaced in prison.
Colette Peters, director of the federal Bureau of Prisons, defended her decision to rally behind an official who climbed the ranks after beating Black inmates.
"There is something special about sharing space with a living thing that doesn’t know your past ― a space where judgment is nonexistent."
The WNBA star is waiting for her appeal to be heard by a Moscow region court next Tuesday.
California’s governor has blocked the parole of Charles Manson follower Patricia Krenwinkel, more than five decades after she scrawled “Helter Skelter” on a wall using the blood of one of their victims.
The ex-president is turning into "spam come to life" over his increasingly unhinged conspiracy theories.
HuffPost spoke with Diyawn Caldwell about why people imprisoned in Alabama went on strike and how they organized incarcerated workers throughout the state.
The "policies and procedure and all the failures that occurred ... need to be addressed,” said Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo.