What Gavin Newsom's Moratorium on the Death Penalty Means for California's Death Row Inmates
The governor's moratorium affects 737 people—more than a quarter of the country's death row inmates.
Kwame Rockwell Will Be the Next Disabled Person Executed by America
America's courts still don't have clear protections for defendants with severe mental illness.
The Death Penalty Becomes Illegal in Washington State
After hearing the last appeal from a man on death row, the Washington State Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that the death penalty, as applied in the state, is unconstitutional.
Oklahoma Is Going to Use Nitrogen Gas on Death Row Inmates
Seventeen inmates in Oklahoma are awaiting set execution dates.
North Carolina Supreme Court to Reconsider Death Sentences for Three Inmates of Color
The case once more raises the issue of persistent racial bias in North Carolina's history of sentencing black defendants.