How Did Guns Get So Powerful? Phil Klay, The New Yorker

Gun Reforms Are Popular. Why Don’t Our Laws Reflect That? Tom Kutsch, The Trace

The American Political System Is Designed to Thwart Gun Control Matt Ford, New Republic

Senators strike bipartisan gun deal, heralding potential breakthrough Mike DeBonis and Leigh Ann Caldwell, Washington Post

Bipartisan gun control framework could be first meaningful legislation in decades Ellen Ioanes, Vox

What’s in the bipartisan gun deal and what’s not Lauren Fox and Devan Cole, CNN

How the Police Turned Against Gun Control Adam Serwer, The Atlantic

Can Progressive DAs Beat the ‘Tough on Crime’ Backlash? Miriam Krinsky, The Crime Report

What the San Francisco DA Recall Really Tells Us John Pfaff, Slate

What Democrats Understand About Crime That Chesa Boudin Did Not Bill Scher, Washington Monthly

There’s Still Hope for Prosecutorial Reform After Recall of San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin Marc Levin, Reason

Two races for Bay Area top prosecutors reflect push for criminal justice reform Natalie Hanson, Courthouse News Service

DA Candidate Vows to End Death Sentences In Las Vegas, a Capital Punishment Stronghold Sam Mellins, Bolts Magazine

Busting the Myth Brad Haywood, Inquest

“The Staircase” Deconstructs the True-Crime Genre Doreen St. Félix, The New Yorker

How Can People Fall Asleep To True Crime Shows And Podcasts? Drusilla Moorhouse, BuzzFeed News

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