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Brian Nelson, 50, at his home in Chicago. Five years after he was released from solitary confinement, he says it's still hard to be around people. Peter Hoffman for NPR hide caption

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NPR News Investigations

From Solitary To The Streets: Released Inmates Get Little Help

An investigation by NPR and The Marshall Project found that many states don't keep track of how many inmates are released directly from solitary confinement without any transition or supervision.

Brian Nelson, 50, at his home in Chicago. Five years after he was released from solitary confinement, he says it's still hard to be around people. Peter Hoffman for NPR hide caption

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From Solitary To The Streets: Released Inmates Get Little Help

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Hurt Johnny Cash
Sweat Moss of Aura

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel focused on disadvantaged youth in Chicago in his inaugural speech after being sworn in to a second term as mayor. Phil Velasquez/Chicago Tribune/Getty Images hide caption

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Graduation Rates: Chicago Says It Will Keep Better Track of At-Risk Students

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My Way Christopher Lee
Attraction Bibi Tanga & the Selenites
IPlayYouListen ODESZA

Cavaliers forward LeBron James urges on the crowd during the second half of Game 3 of the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors in Cleveland. The Cavs lead the series 2-1 and host Game 4 Thursday night. Paul Sancya/AP hide caption

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With 2-1 Finals Lead, What's LeBron James' Secret Motivation?

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Forever Eminem, Drake et. al.
Wata Wasuri Tito Puente
Winter Weather Fats Waller

A law enforcement officer searching for escaped prisoners walks through a swampy area near Essex, N.Y. State and federal law officers are searching for two killers who used power tools to break out of a maximum-security prison. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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Breaking Down The Anatomy Of A National Manhunt

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Western Boy Little Comets
Sad Chicken Leroy & The Drivers

The Detroit Land Bank is hoping to get $25,000 for this Tudor-style house in Detroit's East English Village. Jason Margolis/NPR hide caption

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For Sale: Detroit Land Bank Seeks Buyers For Vacant Houses

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Funky Fanfare [KPM vs. DJ Drama] Keith Mansfield
Woke Up Dead in the Morning Roots of Orchis
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As Egyptian Activists Vanish, Suspicion Falls On The Security Forces

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Strange Constellation [Harvey Jones Remix] Bombay Dub Orchestra

A Boeing 737 at the company's factory in Renton, Wash. Foreign airlines that want to buy Boeing planes often do so with loans underwritten by the Export-Import Bank. Saul Loeb/AP hide caption

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U.S. Export-Import Bank Targeted By Conservatives

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Stranger in Town Pat Metheny
Sol Clap # Quantic

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Ornette Coleman, Jazz Iconoclast, Dies At 85

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Congeniality Ornette Coleman

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