He was tasked with ending abuse at a federal penitentiary in Illinois but says his own staff and Bureau of Prisons officials blocked his efforts.
The 12-week initiative will begin at one prison in Atlanta.
Georgia U.S. Senator Jon Ossoff shared on Wednesday that he is calling for Attorney General Merrick Garland to launch a Department of Justice investigation on Clayton County's jail examining the mistreatment of inmates
The manhunt for convicted murderer Danelo Cavalcante, who escaped from a prison near Philadelphia last month, is nearing the two-week mark. So how do authorities find him?
A manhunt stretches into day 8, and a tower guard has been placed on leave amid an investigation into Danelo Cavalcante's escape. Here's a guide to the latest updates.
The details of Danelo Cavalcante's escape, including that he got out using the same route another prisoner took in May, were released as police flooded a search zone of increasingly worried residents.
On Feb. 5, 2022, Charles Givens was found unresponsive in his cell at Marion Correctional Treatment Center. An autopsy and other documentation indicate Givens suffered a beating, a lawsuit alleges.
Advocates are hoping more survivors of sexual assaults in federal prison can use a new method to win early release.
Christina Lusk sued over harassment, assault and discrimination she says she experienced while incarcerated. In its settlement of the case, Minnesota will grant her access to gender-affirming care.
A new podcast sheds light on problems in the Georgia Department of Corrections by looking closely at one facility: Smith State Prison in Tattnall County.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Two recent horrific prison deaths have shed light on the conditions in Georgia's prisons and jails. Our special panel breaks down the latest, as well as dire problems in our institutions over the past few years.
Georgia State University students both inside and outside of prison will soon begin working on a new literary journal featuring the work of incarcerated people.
Manning first came to public scrutiny and was incarcerated for leaking classified information. She aims to use that attention to shed light on the struggles trans people face in U.S. prisons.
More than 600,000 people are released from prisons every year, many with costly health conditions but no medications, medical records, a health care provider, or insurance.
A new report indicates that the federal government severely undercounts people who died while being transported, detained or arrested by law enforcement and those who died while incarcerated.