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When Sara Garcia's son, Mark, was released from solitary confinement, she also became his unofficial case manager: seeking a psychiatrist, job leads and writing out applications for food stamps. Julia Robinson for NPR hide caption

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Coming Home Straight From Solitary Damages Inmates And Their Families

Says one public defender: "The frightening thing about solitary is that when it erodes your ability to interact with other human beings, in turn that trauma is inflicted on your family members."

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A Good But Not Great New Season For Netflix's 'Orange Is The New Black'

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You've Got Time Regina Spektor
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Whole Foods says its new rating system is a way to talk to farmers and customers about issues that the organic rules don't encompass, like water, energy, labor and waste. Dan Charles/NPR hide caption

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Organic Farmers Call Foul On Whole Foods' Produce Rating System

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Strange Magic Bubbles Up In New 'Mr Norrell' Adaptation

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Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell End Credits L'Orchestra Cinematique
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Coming Home Straight From Solitary Damages Inmates And Their Families

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An analysis shows the monthly premiums for many people with Obamacare policies will not much change in 2016. But the high increases of some policies are drawing fire. Rob Colvin/ImageZoo/Corbis hide caption

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Health Insurance Premiums Will Go Up In 2016, But By How Much?

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Got Water? Most Kids, Teens Don't Drink Enough

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Randy's New Experience The Water
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