For women inside prison, the fight for survival is less physical than psychological.
When I was locked up, I often had to go without tampons or pads. A new law ensures that the 12,500 women still behind bars won’t have to.
Black boys, foster care kids, and special ed students were disproportionately suspended, according to a new report from Texans Care for Children.
What happened to the Legislature's two-decade-old attempt to break the cycle of incarceration for low-level felons?
A civil suit calls for Estela Fajardo to be paid between $200,000 and $1 million for alleged mistreatment at the Jack Harwell Detention Center.
Featuring art from many current and former prisoners, Walls Turned Sideways gives visitors a visceral sense of confinement.
"Black holes of inattention" lead to stark gender disparities in the Texas prison system, according to a new report.
Report says rise in incarcerated women hints at disparities in the male-dominated criminal justice system.
How Texas created a new for-profit lock-up, which it really doesn't want you to call a "prison."
Critics say Texas’ five remaining juvenile prisons not only fail to rehabilitate young people but “actually make them worse.”