Oklahoma

Fracking Is Setting Earthquake Records in Oklahoma, Scientists Say. Is a Big One Coming?
July 15, 2014

In nature, smaller quakes can be a warning sign that larger, more severe ones are coming.

Don't Trust Oklahoma's Death Penalty Panel
State reviews of executions are usually shams
May 08, 2014

We can't trust the same people who keep botching executions to fix them. 

The Three-Drug Death Penalty Cocktail is a Mess
May 04, 2014

Executions are inhumane. The three-drug lethal-injection cocktail may make them worse.

Another Reason to Be Outraged About the Botched Execution: The Oklahoma Governor’s Response
April 30, 2014

Her request for a "full review of Oklahoma’s execution procedures" is pretty meaningless.

Cruel But Not Unusual
How Oklahoma botched Clayton Lockett's execution
April 30, 2014

Clayton Lockett's death revealed a problem with lethal injection more fundamental than the drugs.

The Oklahoma Tornado Is Proof That Local TV News Can Still Be Powerful
May 21, 2013

Amid all the expensive camerawork and sharp matching windbreakers on the major TV networks’ coverage of Monday's tornado in Moore, Oklahoma, the best dispatches largely came from local TV news.

Building a Better Disaster-Funding System
A tornado puts Oklahoma's Republican senators to the test
May 21, 2013

A tornado puts Oklahoma's Republican senators to the test.

The Legal Crusade to Undermine Obamacare—and Rewrite History
December 05, 2012

Can one determined libertarian stop millions of people from getting health insurance?

President Obama’s Mandate for Fairness
November 07, 2012

How Obama should deal with the fiscal cliff: ask the wealthy to pay a little more taxes.

Daily Breakdown: State Polls Show Obama Ahead, National Polls Show A Tight Race
October 31, 2012

The split between the popular vote and the Electoral College isn't as simple as Ohio.

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