The clerk slipped Mill a note in November asking him to pay for her son's college tuition.
The frigid waters near Alcatraz have deadly currents and sharks. But there is mounting evidence three prisoners might have survived.
Other reports have put the figure as high as $300 billion, a potential jackpot for Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
Several protests demanding pay for inmate labor and denouncing "inhumane" conditions have been planned at prisons and Florida Department of Corrections offices in Tallahassee and Miami.
The listening session is expected to include only politicians and religious and nonprofit leaders from the right and is not expected to include discussion on topics like prison conditions or sentencing reform.
More American civilians have been killed by guns over the past decade than died in World War II.
In addition to books, the new directive places limits on everything inmates can receive, from fresh produce and clothing to toiletry items and cosmetics.
A transgender woman is seeking to be transferred to a female prison after enduring physical and sexual harassment at male prisons, she alleges.
Money for treatment for opioid addiction is aimed overwhelmingly at whites.
He is the first Pentagon chief to visit the detention center since 2002.
Walter Jordan's is one of several deaths at the center of an ongoing legal fight over inmate health care in Arizona -- and a window into how states use private companies to handle medical services for prisoners in an age of cash-strapped budgets.
British security services said Trump's policy on torture, if enacted, would "pose difficulties for the U.K.-U.S. intelligence relationship."
Inmates make up roughly a third of the force that fights wildfires in California.
Authorities believe the prisoner managed to cut through steel bars above the ceiling.
Prisoners are barred from reading more than 10,000 books.
A German court has ruled that Oskar Groening is fit to serve his sentence, which was handed down after a conviction for 300,000 counts of accessory to murder.
Scientists would research it even more if the law would let them.
He said he "felt compelled to make a change in my career" after the severely abused teen was given a life term in prison.
Shelby Sullivan-Bennis is an attorney for a 70-year-old man held without charge, who has suffered harsh punishments despite his poor health.
He also tried to start a fire inside a prison and sneak in a hacksaw.