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At AL.com, Kent Faulk reports that “Alabama on Thursday night executed 83-year-old Walter Leroy Moody for the 1989 pipe bombing death of a federal judge,” and that Moody “became the oldest inmate executed in the United States since the return of executions in the 1970s.”...

The Justice Department inspector general referred his finding that former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe repeatedly misled investigators to the U.S. Attorney in Washington, D.C., to determine whether McCabe should be charged with a crime, the Washington Post reports. The referral was made after the...

The petition of the days are: Apodaca v. Raemisch 17-1284 Issue: Whether clearly established Eighth Amendment law permits prison officials to permanently deprive a prisoner in solitary confinement of outdoor exercise without a security rationale. Lowe v. Raemisch 17-1289 Issue: Whether clearly established Eighth Amendment law permits prison officials to permanently...