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Santa Cruz Juvenile Hall could serve as a guide for solitary confinement reform. But the facility still places youth in 23-hour isolation, sometimes for days on end. 

What makes this detention facility different?

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Thousands of incarcerated teenagers across the U.S. are held in solitary confinement every day, often without being convicted of a crime. 

Learn more: http://bit.ly/1hbG4mL
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Where did $40 million in donated goods go in Guatemala? 
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We're up in Toronto with Google Canada for our 6th #TechRaking conference on data and journalism! Follow our live blog for the next two days and use the hashtag #TechRaking to join in the conversation!
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California has until mid-April to reduce the population by around 6,000 inmates. But when it comes to providing substance abuse treatment to prisoners, the state is struggling. 
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The state of California says it will cost $20,000 and take two years to export basic data on child care inspections. The majority of states already make these public reports available online, but California has no plans to do so.

Why it’s hard for parents in California to find out if day care providers are breaking the rules: http://bit.ly/Mn06ij
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Founded in 1977, the Center for Investigative Reporting is the nation's oldest nonprofit investigative news organization, producing multimedia reporting that has impact and is relevant to people's lives. Building on our long track record of award-winning print, broadcast and web reporting, CIR is now seeking to help lead the way in transforming journalism for the 21st century.