Chicago has seen the worst violence in decades this year, with 600 people killed and 3,000 shot. Blamed in part on gangs, access to guns, poverty, and distrust of policing, the violence has seemed intractable. This year, officials launched a pilot program they hope will get at one of the roots of the problem — changing attitudes toward violence, reports the Chicago Tribune. It . . .
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