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Fireworks are fun for humans, but notoriously frightening to dogs.
Michael Keaton's "Julian Assange" boasts that he's the "scourge of the cleaning staff at the Ecuadorian embassy."
“Only when the deputies are around, we give permission," the local sheriff said of the unusual scene.
Haunting videos of the Metropolitan Detention Center record sound of inmates banging on the walls and windows for help.
We have 10 times as many seriously mentally ill people in our jails and prisons as in our state hospitals.
The decision could affect how future legislative districts are drawn.
Exploitation or rehabilitation? As the California wildfires continue to burn, non-violent prisoners have volunteered to fight the blaze for one dollar an hour. But it’s a controversial program.
An inmate advocacy group publicized Ajit Pai's prior work this week.
Video from a contraband cell phone shows a meticulous escape from jail.
Oregon's Dept. of Corrections uses mindfulness to help combat high rates of PTSD, depression and suicide among officers.
The 430,000 Correctional Officers responsible for America's 2.3 million prison inmates face high rates of stress, health problems, PTSD, depression, and suicide. The Oregon Department of Corrections is using mindfulness to change that.
“[The handlers] love to see that the dogs they trained are being successful in their families.”
Adebimpe Mbang Femi-Oyewo, Kinnect: Connecting for Good, Lagos, Nigeria. People come together to address social challenges
Spending time among aging prisoners and listening to their stories, a photographer seeks to break down barriers to seeing their humanity.
"It never crossed my mind not to help, whether he's got a gun or a badge."