lately t has been a refrain that the increasing pace of the news cycle—and the frequency of mass shootings—means that tragedies  aren’t covered as vigorously as they once were in some cases, as with thousand oaks, the pace of the news cycle does push the stories off  the front page, but in most cases, they are covered as they always have been: for a week what has changed isn’t the length of the coverage, but the substance—and for the better

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