America’s Crime Crisis: Over the holiday weekend, the country saw mass shootings occur in Baltimore, Fort Worth, and Philadelphia, displaying a dangerous and concerning trend when it comes to violence in America’s cities. Since the summer of 2020, across the country, law enforcement has seen their policing practices come under strict scrutiny, facing calls for more body cameras, removing qualified immunity, and defunding the police. But as violence continues to impact urban communities, how can we keep the streets safe for Americans? Former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly knows what it takes to manage crime in a big city, and he says that being a police officer and battling crime have only gotten harder since he was in charge. He joins the Rundown to discuss what policing tactics he would bring back, how crime has changed over the years, and what solutions from law enforcement are proving effective.

But first, last week, the Supreme Court ruled against President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness program, prompting the administration to develop a Plan B. The Saving on Valuable Education (SAVE) plan revamps the current student loan regulations and offers no penalties for missing a payment. However, the President says those who can afford to make payments should, and that the SAVE plan is not a replacement for the pause. On the Rundown, Beth Akers, Senior Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, shares why students should be more strategic when choosing schools, breaks down the next steps for borrowers, and explains why the higher education system gets away with charging such high tuition.

Plus, commentary by Former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Dr. Ben Carson.