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Fentanyl, Gas, Firing Squad: Why Execution Methods Are Changing

As states struggle to obtain traditional lethal injection drugs, some are turning to new methods of execution, or reviving old ones, as a backup.

The death chamber at California's San Quentin State Prison

'I'm Somewhere Bettering Myself': Prison Reform Unlike Any Other in America

North Dakota is conducting a prison experiment inspired by Norway, a country with recidivism rates three times lower than in the U.S.

Los Angeles Will Be the First City to Use Body Scanners on Subways. Which Could Be Next?

Several cities and transit agencies have been working with the TSA to test the security devices.

Trump's New Immigration Rule Could Hurt Obamacare Markets

Health policy experts say that the anticipated proposal could have negative ripple effects across the health-care system.

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