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News October 15
After forcing Nevada into a legal battle over its lethal injection drugs, an execution “volunteer” says the state is punishing him.
Feature January 18
More than a year ago, Nevada death row prisoner Scott Dozier gave up his legal appeals and asked to be executed. He’s still waiting.
Q&A October 2, 2017
A new book explores the slow demise of the ultimate punishment.
Life Inside February 16, 2017
‘I can’t touch him and comfort him.’
News January 18, 2017
Two commutations this week was less than many had hoped for.
News September 22, 2016
A fund is designated to train, pay and advise American defense lawyers.
Analysis August 14, 2016
As demographics change, a move toward mercy.
Commentary June 9, 2016
How Terrance Williams became the face of the death penalty debate in Pennsylvania.
Life Inside June 2, 2016
A prosecutor on the case he’ll never forget.
Analysis May 23, 2016
The Supreme Court considers what it takes to show that prosecutors, when they pick juries, are discriminating against minorities.