Maryland Governor Larry Hogan in March. Photo: Mark Wilson/Getty Images

Capital Gazette shooting suspect Jarrod Ramos has been charged with five counts of first-degree murder and could face life imprisonment without the possibility of parole as Maryland has outlawed the death penalty, the Capital Gazette reports.

The details: Ramos used pump-action shotgun, which he legally purchased about a year ago, according to the AP.

Go deeper: Five people were killed and two injured at the newspaper's headquarters in Annapolis, Maryland on Thursday. It was the deadliest day for U.S. journalists since 9/11.

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Exclusive: The N.Y. Times doubles down on TV and film ambitions

Illustration: Aïda Amer/Axios

One of the country's oldest and most established media companies is starting to look more like a Hollywood studio than a traditional newspaper.

Driving the news: The New York Times has 10 scripted TV show projects in development, as well as 3 feature documentaries coming out this year and several other documentary projects in development and production, executives tell Axios.

Electric vehicle companies are reeling in cash without producing a car

Illustration: Sarah Grillo/Axios

These are heady days for electric vehicle companies, with a lack of actual car production becoming a popular norm.

Why it matters: The capital infusion is the latest in a busy stretch of deals and market moves that suggest private investors and equity markets see big potential in technologies that now represent a tiny slice of the global vehicle fleet.

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Federal government carries out first execution since 2003

Lethal injection facility in San Quentin, California. Photo: California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation via Getty Images

The first execution carried out by the federal government since 2003 took place on Tuesday at a federal prison in Indiana after an early-morning Supreme Court decision allowed it to move forward, the Washington Post reports.

The big picture: A lower court had delayed the execution, saying inmates had provided evidence the government's plan to carry out executions using lethal injections "poses an unconstitutionally significant risk of serious pain."