Washington Post global opinions writer Jason Rezaian was held in solitary confinement for 544 days in an Iranian prison. He thinks the practice is inhumane. In an interview with Newsy's Chance Seales, Rezaian discusses why he thinks solitary confinement should be abolished in American prisons.
To Jason Rezaian, Solitary Confinement Is Unjust And Inhumane
Rezaian was held captive in an Iranian prison for a year and a half with no idea when he would get out.
US: Chinese agents had bribe plot to disrupt anti-communist Falun Gong
Multiple suspected Chinese agents were arrested by U.S. authorities for allegedly forming a bribery plot to disrupt Falun Gong spiritual activists.
US will support training of Ukrainian pilots on F-16 fighters
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Israelis rally for 17th week against judicial overhaul plans
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Florida woman's car catches fire with kids inside while she shoplifts
The 24-year-old mom shoplifted for about an hour, then dropped the stolen items when she saw her car engulfed in flames upon exiting the store.
Tennessee federal judge rules 'drag ban' is unconstitutional
The ruling was determined based on the First Amendment and freedom of speech.
Kroger paid employee bonuses in March, asked for money back in April
"It feels like a slap in the face," said a Kroger employee.