PM Stories

“Stand back and stand by”: Trump declines to condemn white supremacists at debate Melissa Quinn, CBS News

As Trump touts ‘law and order,’ is crackdown on cities working? Kristine Phillips and Kevin Johnson, USA Today

ICE preparing targeted arrests in ‘sanctuary cities,’ amplifying president’s campaign theme Nick Miroff and Devlin Barrett, Washington Post

From Goldwater to Trump, the long history of ‘Law and Order’ politics Peter Grier and Noah Robertson, Christian Science Monitor

Grand jury transcripts in Breonna Taylor case to be released today as protests continue Kurtis Lee, Los Angeles Times

Kentucky attorney general says he did not present homicide charges to grand jury in Breonna Taylor case Hannah Knowles and Marisa Iati, Washington Post

Despite a National Outcry, Activists in Louisville Fight the Breonna Taylor Decision Alone Emily Witt, The New Yorker 

What Does Justice For Breonna Taylor Even Look Like Anymore? Erin Corbett, Refinery29 

LA County Overhauling Crisis Response to 911 Calls City News Service

Chicago Police Have A New Anti-Violence Effort. How Did The Last One Spend 4 Million Hours Of Overtime? Elliott Ramos, WBEZ

Doubt about police in Chicago manifests itself on racial lines in monitor’s survey, legal challenges over street stops Annie Sweeney, Chicago Tribune

Portland area officers will remain federal deputies through end of year Jonathan Levinson and Rebecca Ellis, Oregon Public Broadcasting

US Attorney Bill McSwain Is Proof That, One Way or Another, Trumpism Will Live on Past the Election Robert Huber, Philadelphia Magazine

How Can A “Leader for Reasonable Reform” Blame A Black Murder Victim For Being Killed By A White Cop? Meet DA Scarlett Wilson (South Carolina) The Open File

The #Resistance and the Retirement Community Alex French, New York Magazine

Is Freedom White? Jefferson Cowie, Boston Review

AM Stories

What to Make of the New Developments in the Breonna Taylor Case Molly Olmstead, Slate

Grand Juror in Breonna Taylor Case Says Deliberations Were Misrepresented Rukmini Callimachi, New York Times

Breonna Taylor Grand Jury Recording Will Be Released, Kentucky Attorney General Says Bill Chappell, NPR

We Want More Justice For Breonna Taylor Than The System That Killed Her Can Deliver Mariame Kaba and Andrea J. Ritchie, Essence

Breonna Taylor’s death shocked the nation. In Louisville, many Black people are far from surprised Kurtis Lee, Los Angeles Times

Breonna Taylor and Robert Kraft: A tale of America’s two justice systems Barbara McQuade, NBC News

The Obama Justice Department Had a Plan to Hold Police Accountable for Abuses. The Trump DOJ Has Undermined It. Robert Faturechi, ProPublica

Poisoning police reform: The Trump administration undermines efforts to improve relations between law enforcement and communities Editorial Board, New York Daily News

The controversy over qualified immunity CBS News

What We Can Learn About Reform From ‘America’s Most Corrupt Police Squad’ Nicole Flatow, Bloomberg CityLab

Texas Sheriff Featured on Live PD Indicted Over Destruction of TV Footage of Black Man’s Death Halle Kiefer, New York Magazine

Did “Live PD” Let Police Censor Footage? Cary Aspinwall and Sachi McClendon, The Marshall Project

Chicago Lawmakers Push To Build Team Of Emergency Responders Who Aren’t Police Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg, The Appeal

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