Only After Virginia Woman Is Executed Do The Gory Details Emerge

Teresa Lewis was executed yesterday — and interestingly, it's only now that the worst details of her crime are getting mainstream coverage. » 9/24/10 9:34am 9/24/10 9:34am

Is Teresa Lewis's Execution A Gender Issue?

The Supreme Court has rejected Virginia death-row inmate Teresa Lewis's bid for a stay of execution, but Sonia Sotomayor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg voted in favor of the stay. So is this a gender issue? » 9/22/10 2:57pm 9/22/10 2:57pm

Is Virginia's Death-Row Woman Our Sakineh Ashtiani?

For the first time in a hundred years, a woman is on death row in Virginia. Now Iran is calling the US hypocritical for its objection to the execution of Sakineh Ashtiani. Are they right? » 9/21/10 9:30am 9/21/10 9:30am

Virginia To Execute Woman For The First Time In 98 Years

Despite protests from supporters, Virginia Governor Robert McDonnell has denied a stay of execution for Teresa Lewis, who was sentenced to death for planning the murders of her husband and stepson in 2002. She will be executed this week. [Guardian] » 9/19/10 3:25pm 9/19/10 3:25pm

First Woman To Be Executed In Virginia In 98 Years

Teresa Lewis is scheduled to be executed on September 23 for her role in her husband and stepson's murders. She'll be the first U.S. woman executed since 2005. Two very different takes on the story are here and here. » 9/03/10 12:25pm 9/03/10 12:25pm