Wiretap: More mass shootings than days in 2015
…and more news shooting around the world
We don’t know yet the motive in San Bernardino, but the statistics on violent shootings tell this story: There has been a mass shooting of some description for every day this year. Via The New Yorker.
Here’s the story on the other mass shooting of the day. You probably missed the one from Savannah. One dead, three injured. Via The Washington Post.
The New York Daily News San Bernardino cover: “God isn’t fixing this.” Via Vox.
San Bernardino: An already struggling city is traumatized by a bloody siege on a hot December day in California’s Inland Empire. Via The New York Times.
Ron Fournier on Rahm Emanuel: The fish rots from the head down. Via The National Journal.
A trial begins in Baltimore with very different versions of how Freddie Gray died. Via The New York Times.
Greenwashing: The fossil fuel companies that are helping to sponsor the climate change talks in Paris. Via The New Republic.
Milbank: There’s a new Obamacare lawsuit in the works. And if this one doesn’t work — and by the way, it won’t — there will certainly be another. And another. Via The Washington Post.
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