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How An Increase In Violent Crime Is Changing The Political Landscape

How An Increase In Violent Crime Is Changing The Political Landscape

Update: 2021-07-073
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Though crime rates remain well-below historic highs, assaults and murders have spiked since the pandemic began. Democrats in New York picked ex-cop Eric Adams as their mayoral nominee; he's likely to win. Biden traveled to Chicago to talk gun violence with the city's mayor Lori Lightfoot.

This episode: White House correspondent Asma Khalid, national justice correspondent Carrie Johnson, and WNYC reporter Brigid Bergin.

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How An Increase In Violent Crime Is Changing The Political Landscape

How An Increase In Violent Crime Is Changing The Political Landscape

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