“He paced a lot, talking to himself and choking back tears and rage. He tried to block out the screaming of the teenage boys in other jail cells in his unit, but he couldn’t. Sometimes, he would stand at the door of his tiny cell and yell.” From the always excellent Center for Investigative Reporting, a look at the problem of teens in solitary confinement: Sixteen, Alone, 23 Hours a Day, in a Six-by-Eight-Foot Box.