Texas’s second mass shooting during August kills at least 7 Ben Guarino and Lana Straub, Washington Post

As Texas Deals with Recent Violence, Looser Gun Laws in State Take Effect Esther Fung and Elizabeth Findell, Wall Street Journal

Not so easy to prevent the spread of mass shooters’ names Lisa Marie Pane, Associated Press

White House, DOJ working to expedite death penalty for mass shooters Gregg Re, Fox News

The Public Safety Myth Rachael Rollins, The Appeal

When Solitary Confinement Is A Death Sentence Lisa Armstrong, Huffington Post

The Opioid Reckoning Will Not Be Just James Hamblin, The Atlantic

Appeals Court Reverses Gun Conviction In Kate Steinle Killing (California) Richard Gonzales, NPR

He’s served 24 years for a murder prosecutors say he didn’t commit, but he’s been denied a new trial (Missouri) Ray Sanchez and Dave Cera, CNN

Fliers can sue over airport screener abuses: US appeals court Jonathan Stempel, Reuters

After 5 parolees are charged in 6 homicides, Pa. study finds no errors, but changes are planned Charles Thompson, Penn Live

New Duke Law center will delve into science of criminal justice Duke Law News

‘Empathy Tour’ seeks to give formerly incarcerated their lives back (Connecticut) Kelan Lyons, Connecticut Mirror

‘Unbelievable’ Review: Another Worthwhile True Crime Limited Series Merrill Barr, Forbes

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