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A man in Georgia is still scheduled to be executed even though all the witnesses have said they were forced by police to lie and accuse him. It's because of a law Clinton signed after the Oklahoma City bombings that limits the reasons a judge can set aside a verdict.
Ron Charles, a WashPost Bookworld senior editor, says that Harry Potter is bringing the Death of Reading.
Tom Toles asks an interesting environmental question.