Jim Willett oversaw 89 executions. Now, amidst dozens of DNA exonerations, he wonders whether it was right.
Steve Earle wonders what's so funny 'bout peace, love and understanding
It is 6:07 p.m. John Albert Burks salutes the Oakland Raiders and says goodbye to his friends. Minutes later, he is a dead man. This year's 21st execution.
Will proposed media rules stifle coverage of convicts facing execution?
Leap-frogging through history with the Toadies
Mercury Records will be making a huge mistake if it doesn't release Sha Sha
When Dan Morales brokered Texas' $17.3 billion tobacco settlement, he blew away Governor Bush. He also made sure his friends got a few puffs.
While Erica Sheppard sits on death row, penniless and convicted of a gruesome murder, her cadre of elite Dallas lawyers tries to prove that the justice system has gone fatally awry
The cows aren't the only ones pumping out manure in windy Amarillo, where Oprah is giving the cattlemen a lesson in steer wrestling
Bettie Beets killed two husbands. Now she's likely to become the first woman the state of Texas has ever executed