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For incarcerated women with newborns, an Indiana prison unit offers a chance to bond
The women learn child care skills and are paid prison wages to take care of their babies.
Florida struggles to keep corrections officers in state prisons
Hours for corrections officers are long, and pay is low.
Florida has a shortage of corrections officers for state prisons
Turnover in the department last year was 22 percent.
Weekly Wrap: Oil prices and the global economy
Sudeep Reddy and Catherine Rampell join Molly Wood to recap the week that was.
Do you know if your e-book's been updated?
The publisher of "Clinton Cash" revised several points in the e-book version
For-profit prison companies adjust to new era
The U.S. is sending fewer people to prison, but profits still come in.