I've Spent 35 Years in Prison. I Live Each Day Fearing Another Wave of COVID.
For me and many others in prison, COVID-19 has been an emotional roller coaster. The Delta variant wave is just one more ride. I made it through the first round, will I make it through this one?
UK prisoners allowed to play chess in global online tournament
The benefits of chess have long been extolled for retaining mental agility and as an escape from boredom, making it the perfect pastime for prisoners confined to four walls.
Russell Norman's recipes from a Tuscan trattoria
lthough research for my new restaurant Brutto began in 2016, it's been extremely difficult getting to Italy over the past 18 months to meet with producers, growers, winemakers and chefs.
A Process for the Transfer of Energy and Feeling: George Saunders on the Key to Great Storytelling
We move through a storied world as living stories.
I Was Detained in Guantanamo for 14 Years After Being Kidnapped and Sold to CIA
Today we spend the hour with Mansoor Adayfi. At the age of 18, he left his home in Yemen to do research in Afghanistan.
In Prison, I Learned What Blind Pursuit Costs. To My Son, I Offer the Light
Fatherly' s Letters to Boys project offers boys (and the men raising them) guidance in the form of heartfelt advice given generously by great men who show us how to take that crucial first step in confronting seemingly unsolvable issues - by offering honest words.
Kenneth Schoen, 'Linchpin' in Criminal Justice Reform, Dies at 89
In Minnesota, New York and nationally, he pushed for better conditions for prison inmates and more options for "community-based corrections."
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe campaign urges sanctions against 10 Iranians
The campaign to free Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, the British-Iranian dual national, is to mark her 2,000th day in detention in Iran this week by demanding the British Foreign Office urgently impose sanctions on 10 Iranians most directly involved in Iranian state hostage-taking since 1979.
L.A. County juvenile halls are 'unsuitable for the confinement of youth,' state board finds
Both of Los Angeles County's juvenile halls are unsuitable to house young people, a state agency that monitors such facilities has found.
An Arizona Man Who Wore Horns In The Jan. 6 Capitol Riot Pleads Guilty To Felony
PHOENIX An Arizona man who sported face paint, no shirt and a furry hat with horns when he joined the mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 pleaded guilty Friday to a felony charge and wants to be released from jail while he awaits sentencing.