Botched Executions Aren’t New—but Americans Finally Seem to Be Noticing Them
A New Low for Lethal Injections’ Cruelty and Incompetence
Arizona Is Trying to Hide Its Execution Practices From the Press
Why the Parkland Jury Chose Not to Sentence Nikolas Cruz to Death
Alabama Wants to Become the Second State in 76 Years to Get an Execution Do-Over
South Carolina Judge Bars State Executions Method Similar to “Being Burned Alive” and “Torture”
What the Founders Would Say About Trump’s Jan. 6 Pardon Threat
Alabama’s Latest Botched State Killing Once Again Shows the Cruelest Method of Execution
Lessons for Progressives From a Devastating Supreme Court Loss
Fifty Years Ago, the Supreme Court Tried to Reduce Racial Bias in the Death Penalty. Did It Work?
Is the Supreme Court About to Allow Virtually Any Method of Execution?
Why SCOTUS’s Decision on the Boston Bomber Is a Test for Biden
The Anti–Death Penalty Movement Takes a Page out of the Anti-Abortion Playbook
Why Are Two People on Death Row Asking to Be Executed by a Firing Squad?
How 2021 Changed the Death Penalty
Why Did Biden’s Supreme Court Commission Fail So Completely?
What Does the Recent Set of Exonerations Tell Us About the Criminal Justice System?
With Julius Jones’ Commutation, Cruelty Is the Point
Oklahoma Botched Yet Another Execution
Nevada’s Plan to Bring Back Executions With an Untested Drug Cocktail