Oklahoma is on its way to becoming the first state in the nation to use nitrogen gas to execute death row inmates. Both houses of the state's legislature have approved separate bills to allow for the procedure. This is all happening as the Supreme Court prepares to review lethal injection procedures in Oklahoma. Their specific method involves a deadly cocktail that resulted in a botched execution last spring. Richard Dieter, the executive director of the Death Penalty Information Center in Washington, discusses his concerns about this new execution model.
Hillary Clinton's use of a private email address to conduct official government business has drawn the ire of Republicans who have been investigating the attack on Benghazi.
Through the eyes of two leading NASA astronomers, The Takeaway is exploring distant worlds light years away from Earth in our series “Brave New Worlds: Looking for Life in The Goldilocks Zone.”
Does talent run in the family? It does for the Durham's. Kitty, Daisy and Lewis discuss their creative process, the dynamics of a family band, and they perform live in studio.
The Takeaway looks at a new scandal swirling around Hillary Clinton, we explore what a habitable moon would look like, and we discuss the corporate business of buying experts.