Lethal injection is often beyond the expertise of nearly everyone who participates in it.
On the strange state of capital punishment in Pennsylvania.
The heartless reasoning in the Supreme Court's death penalty ruling.
The Charleston shooting is forcing the state—and the nation—to wrestle with its execution policy.
Capital punishment is barbaric, but so is the wait for the execution itself.
May 19, 2015
Lethal injection was supposed to be a cleaner, more humane version of capital punishement. Instead, this happened.
Why the country's new president is executing more foreigners, despite international outrage.
We shouldn't have to relive terrorist acts in such graphic detail to determine their punishment.
An ideological riddle.
Exclusive Emails Show Ohio's Doubts About Lethal Injection
August 17, 2014
Five years before Arizona took two hours to execute an inmate, officials in Ohio worried the same drugs would cause prisoners to "gasp" and "hyperventilate"—and used them anyway.