Vice President Kamala Harris visits a memorial set up outside Star Dance Studio in Monterey Park, Calif., Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2023, to honor the victims killed in last week's mass shooting. Jae C. Hong / Associated Press
In any other country in the world, 39 mass shootings in a year would be unthinkable. In the United States, it took less than a month to hit that number.
Reset digs into why the U.S. is such an outlier on gun violence.
GUESTS: Jennifer Mascia, senior staff writer and founding member at The Trace
Mark Bryant, executive director of the Gun Violence Archive