by Carimah Townes Sep 16, 2015
Hours before the second Republican debate, a probably innocent man will be executed in Oklahoma.
by Aviva Shen Sep 14, 2015
Defense attorneys are racing to save a potentially innocent man from being put to death on Wednesday.
by Ian Millhiser Jul 30, 2015
If you are about to compare something to lynching, and it is not lynching, it's probably best to keep your mouth shut.
by Ari Phillips Jul 28, 2015
Earthquake swarms in the state have been tied to wastewater injection wells associated with oil and gas drilling operations.
by Ian Millhiser Jul 25, 2015
The events that would follow, if Oklahoma refused to obey a federal court order commanding them to release an incarcerated abortion doctor, could resemble a miniature Civil War.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Jul 14, 2015
Opponents of social safety net programs have a long history of making comparisons between government beneficiaries and animals.
by Jack Jenkins Jul 8, 2015
“The Ten Commandments are obviously religious in nature and are an integral part of the Jewish and Christian faiths.”
by Emily Atkin Jul 1, 2015
The Oklahoma Supreme Court has rejected efforts by the oil industry to prevent earthquake injury lawsuits from being heard in court.
by Ryan Koronowski Jun 8, 2015
The fight to solve the climate crisis is itself a race against time, and the Clean Power Plan is no less than that same race distilled down into an American political fight.
by Emily Atkin Jun 1, 2015
Oklahoma's towns and cities are no longer allowed to ban fracking under a bill signed into law on Friday by Republican Gov. Mary Fallin.