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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.
Commentary July 2
When the government executed Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, the welfare of their two boys was a secondary concern.
Life Inside April 12
“I wondered whether the system I have been a part of for so long was, simply, barbaric.”
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.
News January 17
Here are nine ways the law-and-order president has smashed Obama’s legacy.
News January 3
Here are the most important places to keep an eye on.
Analysis October 18, 2017
Recent court rulings and start-stop access to lethal drugs push numbers up this year.
News August 30, 2017
Medical professionals say the state’s new lethal injection protocol “doesn’t make much sense.”
Commentary April 27, 2017
He was the first man executed by Arkansas in nearly 12 years. Jurors never heard his story.
Life Inside February 16, 2017
‘I can’t touch him and comfort him.’