As U.S. jails outsource health care, inmate deaths rise
A Reuters investigation finds high death rates at U.S. jails with private healthcare providers. A Georgia jail’s experience reveals the toll.
More than 60% of America’s top jails now hire private companies to deliver inmates’ medical care,
found, and that shift has taken a toll: more dead
Tonight's Radio Machine (SiriusXM Channel 124, 6-7 pm eastern):
on Trump's trade record;
helps us preview the big tech hearing tomorrow;
takes us through the latest Reuters opus on deaths in US jails