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Health & Safety

The North Central Unit at Calico Rock, Ark., is where Milton Thomas is awaiting his upcoming trial, expected to be held in March. Thomas was on parole in Arkansas’s “Pathways to Freedom” release program when he was arrested for raping a 71-year-old nurse. (AP Photo/Bill Gorman)

Secret tests lead to risky justice

In an effort to reduce prison populations, states are using secretive psychology surveys to predict inmates’ future crimes, sometimes with tragic results

Millions are at risk of losing coverage in a Supreme Court health law case. Erin Meredith, a fifth-generation Republican and single mother of two who lives in Austin, Texas, was no fan of President Obama’s Affordable Care Act. Now that she has coverage, she doesn’t want to lose it. Meredith is shown with her 5-year-old daughter, Addison. (Ilana Panich-Linsman/For The Washington Post)

Insured fear the loss of federal ACA subsidies

As the Supreme Court prepares to consider a challenge to end Obamacare’s low-income subsidies, millions who have become insured wonder what they’ll do if they lose it