“The Newlywed Game” is on the television. Julia Rhoden, 53, is sitting on her bed, exhausted from another long day at the health care center where she works as a nurse’s aide. There is a loud boom and then another and another. She feels a sting as a bullet enters her back. “I been shot! I been shot!” she cries out to her children in the next room, as blood soaks through the summer dress she wears as a nightgown. That same night, 15-year-old Veronica Lopez is hit as she rides in a Jeep that is speeding along a waterfront drive. “Babe, they shot me in the stomach,” the girl tells a friend, who later says he covered her body with his own as the gunfire continued. “Help, I’ve been shot!” another teenager screams as he limps down a darkened street, a bullet having torn through his leg. It is Friday night in Chicago, and the Memorial Day weekend is just getting started. http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/06/04/us/chicago-shootings.html?