The execution of Jordanian national Hussein Abu al-Khair for a drug offence is the latest in a wave of state killings carried out by the Saudi regime.
The suspect was caught on video walking up to the homeless man, who was facing away from him, and loading a gun.
John Balentine’s death sentence was marred by racial bias. His own attorney called the proceedings a “justifiable lynching.”
Amber McLaughlin is set to become the first openly transgender person executed in the U.S. on Tuesday.
Politicians are floating more and more extreme solutions to the U.S. overdose crisis—ones that won’t even solve the problem.
In an interview with VICE World News, the billionaire anti-death penalty activist highlighted the case of an intellectually disabled man sitting on death row.
Oklahoma carried out its first execution in six years Thursday night. The inmate, John Marion Grant, vomited and convulsed.
Ernest Lee Johnson is set to be executed in Missouri Tuesday evening. Civil rights advocates are saying it’s unconstitutional and cruel.
Willie B. Smith would be the first person put to death at the state level since July 8.
The Trump administration has already executed more prisoners than any other presidency in 130 years.