Special Report : Governors Seeking to End Risk of Execution Delays Stay of Fears of Price Spikes on Oil Exports

We’ll bring you the latest developments regarding the upcoming execution of Charles Warner tonight at 6p ET.

President Trump held a signing ceremony on Friday for the renewal of the Death Penalty in several states. The signing follows a number of legal challenges to the President’s push for the resurgence of the death penalty. An appellate court in New Jersey halted Richard Glossip’s execution earlier this week, noting it was unnecessary to bring Glossip back to court. A week prior, a different appeals court blocked the execution of Clayton Lockett, despite suggestions from his lawyers that he may have suffered a catastrophic mental breakdown before being put to death in 2014.

The U.S. Supreme Court turned down a request today from Missouri’s Governor Eric Greitens for a stay of execution. The decision means that Missouri’s execution scheduled for next week will go forward as planned.

Senate Republicans are seeking ways to cut taxes on U.S. crude oil exports to address concerns from Republicans and OPEC that President Trump’s plans to increase oil shipments would raise prices. Senator Bob Corker, R-Tennessee, weighed in on the effort.

We continue our special series on “The Me Too Movement and Sexual Harassment in the Workplace.” Ronan Farrow, the investigative reporter who broke the Harvey Weinstein story, and Andrea Mitchell, anchor of “Andrea Mitchell Reports” talked with Maria Bartiromo about the changing landscape of sexual misconduct in the workplace.

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