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Buried in the Trump 2019 budget proposal is a regressive agenda to kill programs designed to reduce incarceration and reduce crime.
Trump and Sessions' misleading claims on crime decline risk reinvigoration of bad policies.
Brennan Center senior fellow Dorothy Samuels interviews Michael Meltsner about his new book, his career, and the role of serendipity in life.
It’s time to fight for their independence. The country cannot allow Trump and his allies to undermine these agencies.
For Trump and Sessions, it seemed, it was still 1968. They are waging traditional scare politics. But something unexpected happened on the way to the backlash.
The Trump administration has been a godsend for the private prison industry.
The early days of Trump’s presidency established the themes for the rest of the year.
2017 may be remembered as the year that set in motion battles that will be resolved in 2018, which could be the most consequential year since 1968.
Doyle Lee Hamm still symbolizes much of what's wrong about the state's justice system.
Although some universities are divesting as much as $10 million in holdings from private prisons, this is a drop in the bucket for a $5 billion industry.