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  1. By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Supreme Court on Tuesday faulted Texas, the U.S. leader in executions, in a death penalty case for the second time in a month and ...

  2. The Supreme Court ruled in a Texas death penalty case involving intellectual disability. (Photo: Jacquelyn Martin, AP) WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court tightened its rules on capital ...

  3. At a time when use of the death penalty is in gradual decline across the U.S., Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge announced last month the state would begin executing inmates ...

  4. ORLANDO, Fla. — The Latest on Governors decision to remove prosecutor who doesn’t seek death penalty (all times local): 11:25 a.m. A judge says Florida’s governor can remove a ...

  5. A conservative case against the death penalty

    Las Vegas Review-Journal5 hours ago

    There’s a compelling conservative case to be made against the death penalty, but it’s not what you think. Assemblyman James Ohrenschall, D-Las Vegas has introduced AB237, which ...

  6. John Blume, director of the Cornell Law School Death Penalty Project, welcomed the decision. "The Court made clear that states are not free to adopt standards that deviate from ...

  7. Indonesia's President Joko Widodo said he would restore a moratorium on the death penalty if he won the backing of the people, after a spate of executions that drew international ...

  8. ORLANDO, Fla. – The fight over whether Florida's governor can take away an officer-killing case from a prosecutor because she no longer will seek the death penalty in any cases ...

  9. Death penalty critics have condemned the executions, noting that Arkansas has not conducted a single execution since 2005. The accelerated schedule comes amid a shortage of death ...

  10. Alabama prosecutors will not seek the death penalty against a man who has been jailed nearly 10 years while he awaits trial.Kharon Davis has been held without bail in the Houston ...

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