The Riot and the Republic Jonathan Allen, NBC News

In the Capitol’s Shadow, the Jan. 6 Panel Quietly Ramps Up Its Inquiry Luke Broadwater and Alan Feuer, New York Times

We Know Exactly Who the Capitol Rioters Were Aymann Ismail, Slate

‘No pictures, no pictures’: The enduring images from Jan. 6 Washington Post

The Proud Boys Changed Tactics After Jan. 6. We Tracked Their Activity. Tess Owen, Vice News

The January Sixers Have Their Own Unit at the DC Jail. Here’s What Life Is Like Inside Andrew Beaujon, Washingtonian

Scrutiny of DC jail reaches new levels Cuneyt Dil, Axios

Prison Reform Should Be a Bipartisan Issue Marc M. Howard, Wall Street Journal

US prisons director resigning after crises-filled tenure Michael Balsamo and Michael R. Sisak, AP News

“I Begged Them To Let Me Die”: How Federal Prisons Became Coronavirus Death Traps. (2020) Keri Blakinger and Keegan Hamilton, The Marshall Project

Calls grow for inmate releases as COVID-19 caseloads climb in jails and prisons Sarah Smellie, CBC News

He spent 6 years in prison for a crime he didn’t do. Now every move feels like a gamble. Robert Bell, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

The False Promise of Criminal Justice Reform Charlotte Rosen, The Nation

Chicago’s most violent neighborhoods were more dangerous than ever in 2021 Andy Grimm and Tom Schuba, Chicago Sun-Times

Why More American Children Are Dying by Gunfire Jack Kealy, New York Times

The link between underregulated firearms and an LAPD bullet killing a teen in a fitting room Michael Sierra-Arevalo, Los Angeles Times

Why don’t Philly officials support independent reviews of police-involved shootings? Tom Hogan, Philadelphia Inquirer

Her Son Needed Help. First, He Had to Help the Police. Jacob Biba, New Republic

PBS/Tribune collaboration sheds a chilling light on police shootings Christopher Smart, Salt Lake Tribune

‘Public Plea,’ a new documentary and podcast series, explores Oregon’s Measure 11, juvenile justice and victims’ rights Casey Winbush, Oregon Public Broadcasting

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