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What does it take to solve a shooting?

New York City vs. Guns: A Conversation With Eric Adams

The mayor talks about the progress made and the distance yet to go.

When City Streets Really Are War Zones

Young men living in some parts of Chicago would have been safer fighting in Afghanistan or Iraq.

Focus on Serving Neighborhoods: A Conversation With James Essig

A police commander reflects on 40 years of policing — violence, disorder and the enduring concerns of residents

Arms and the Men

Police neglect is a major reason many young Black men carry guns.

Brass Tacks: Bill Bratton, Joseph Zayas and others propose policies and programs that could make a difference now

Six ways New York can spare more people from shootings today

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