What It Took for a Red State to Pause Executions
In the Middle Ages, Botched Executions Were a Sign
I’ve Seen a State Put Someone to Death. Don’t Celebrate What’s Happening in Alabama.
A New Low for Lethal Injections’ Cruelty and Incompetence
Arizona Is Trying to Hide Its Execution Practices From the Press
The Problem With How Courts Decide Whether Someone Can Be Executed
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”
Sister Helen Prejean on Oklahoma’s Upcoming Execution Spree
Alabama’s Latest Botched State Killing Once Again Shows the Cruelest Method of Execution
The Vindication of Stephen Breyer
Lessons for Progressives From a Devastating Supreme Court Loss
Remembering When the Supreme Court Actually Respected the Sanctity of Life
When Will Texas Stop Executing People Whose Death Sentences Were Unconstitutional?
How Americans Got Comfortable With Killing at the Push of a Button
A Texas Court Brazenly Defied SCOTUS. The Conservative Justices Just Rewarded It.
The Supreme Court Just Gutted Another Constitutional Right
Fifty Years Ago, the Supreme Court Tried to Reduce Racial Bias in the Death Penalty. Did It Work?
When Can the Government Execute Someone With Serious Mental Illness?