Idaho is the latest state to turn to older methods of capital punishment amid a nationwide shortage of lethal-injection drugs.
Robert Fratta, who was convicted of organizing the 1994 murder-for-hire plot amid a contentious divorce and child custody fight, died by lethal injection.
Robert Fratta is set to die by lethal injection for the 1994 fatal shooting of his wife, Farah, amid a contentious divorce and custody fight for their three children.
Ten years after being sentenced to death for the murder of his 8-month pregnant wife, Laci, Scott Peterson is 'comfortably' living on death row on taxpayer money.
Matt Cherry joins Marc to discuss why the United States is so out of step when it comes to the death penalty.
Alan Miller, sentenced to die for a 1999 workplace shooting, says he requested to be executed by nitrogen hypoxia but that the state lost his paperwork request.
Marc is joined by Mark Earley to discuss the push for death penalty reform in the United States.
A federal judge in Oklahoma says the state’s three-drug lethal injection method is constitutional.
After the botched execution of Oklahoma inmate Clayton Lockett, capital punishment supporters are pushing for death penalty reform. Mark Earley of the Constitution Project’s Death Penalty Committee joins HuffPost Live to talk ending systematic fails.
The state killed 35-year-old Gilbert Postelle, a man with an IQ that approaches an intellectual disability who suffered from neglect and drug addiction as a child.