PM Stories

Is This Finally It For Andrew Cuomo? Eric Lach, The New Yorker

Could Cuomo Face Jail Time Following Attorney General’s Harassment Report? Greg B. Smith, The City

How Cuomo Got Away With It for So Long Elizabeth Spiers, New York Times

‘A Poison in the System’: The Epidemic of Military Sexual Assault Melinda Wenner Moyer, New York Times

The Unlikely Story of a Sex Trafficking Survivor and the Instagram Account That Saved Her Life John H. Tucker, Elle

Why more women are dying in jails PBS

Vaccination rates in Colorado prisons remain low as COVID-19 cases spike across the state Moe Clark, Colorado Newsline

COVID cases on the rise in state prisons as local sheriffs begin transfers to Angola quarantine facility Nicholas Chrastil, The Lens

Handwritten letters are all Florida prisoners have left. Now FDC wants to take that away Danielle Ivanov, Gainesville Sun

State of Phone Justice: Local jails, state prisons and private phone providers Peter Wagner and Alexi Jones, Prison Policy Initiative

Unfinished Business Nancy Gertner, Inquest

The Zen of Prison Gardening Hannah Wallace, The Crime Report

Given The Choice Between Prison Life And Fighting Wildfires, These Women Chose Fire Ailsa Chang, Alejandra Marquez Janse, and Ashley Brown, NPR

‘Cocaine Cowboys’: A true-crime series so great, it’s addictive Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-Times

AM Stories

Why Joe Biden’s Racial Justice Agenda Is Stalled Zak Cheney-Rice, New York Magazine

“The Second Amendment Is Not Intended for Black People” Dahlia Lithwick, Slate

The ATF still lacks a leader because of gun obsessives’ delusional oversensitivity Editorial Board, Washington Post

DC Keeps Losing Children To Gun Violence. Their Friends Are Still Healing Jenny Gathright, DCist

How to Restore Police Legitimacy: Solve Murders Rory Fleming, The Crime Report

Ex-cops charged in Floyd death want separation from Chauvin Amy Forliti, AP News

Minneapolis Just Gave Some Coronavirus Relief Money to the Police Samantha Michaels, Mother Jones

Utah Self-Defense Law Makes It Harder to Charge Problem Cops Gabriela Felitto, The Crime Report

It’s Early, But Colorado’s Police Reform Efforts Have Already Resulted In Charges For Officers Allison Sherry, Colorado Public Radio

In push for police reform, small steps no longer enough Henry Gass, Christian Science Monitor  

How crime stats lie – and what you need to know to understand them Priya Krishnakumar, CNN

Our crime coverage is changing because Arizona is changing – and because it has to P. Kim Bui, Arizona Republic

The largest news agency in the US changes crime reporting practices to ‘do less harm and give people second chances’ Maggie Jones Patterson and Romayne Smith Fullerton, The Conversation

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