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By Paul Davenport, Jacques Billeaud, Associated Press
A judge has ruled that a lawsuit brought by four death row inmates challenging South Carolina’s execution methods can move forward.
By Michelle Liu, Associated Press
New Jersey-based Alvogen had urged the judge to block the use of its sedative midazolam, saying the state illegally secured the product through "subterfuge" and intended it for unapproved purposes. The pharmaceutical company also raised fears that the drug could…
By Ken Ritter, Michelle L. Price, Associated Press
The fight for Davis’ life escalated through a series of appeals and counter arguments to the U.S. Supreme Court late Monday. Without knowing if the court would offer an opinion, prison personnel preemptively served him his last meal.
By Laura Santhanam
before the latest chapter in the Russian investigation threatens to wrestle control of the 24-hour news cycle, here are five important stories that may not have shown up in your Facebook feed.
By Erica R. Hendry, Iman Smith, Joshua Barajas, Laura Santhanam
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Friday, pharmaceutical giant Pfizer -- the last remaining federally approved supplier of lethal injection drugs -- announced it will no longer allow its products to be used for executions. Also, Russian President Vladimir Putin stepped up…
The Supreme Court ended a dramatic session with high-profile rulings on three issues: how the EPA regulates air pollution, how to map voting lines and the death penalty by lethal injection. Judy Woodruff learns more from Marcia Coyle of The…
By Mark Sherman, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court on Monday upheld the use of a controversial drug that has been implicated in several botched executions. Two of the justices said for first time that death penalty itself probably is unconstitutional.
After a dramatic week at the Supreme Court, there are still three cases to be decided. Justices will rule on environmental regulations, redistricting and lethal injection. Chief Washington correspondent for The National Law Journal Marcia Coyle joins Hari Sreenivasan from…
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