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Experts: Murder Rate Appears to Have Stopped Rising
The rise in murder rates in many major cities appears to be over, but it’s left a legacy in reactionary “crime wave” rhetoric and policies.
Murders Were Up Again in 2016 Across Major U.S. Cities
An analysis shows a disturbing two-year trend in major cities.
Hottest New NYC Trend: Refraining From Murder
Shootings are also down.
New Yorkers Continue to Refrain From Shooting and Killing Each Other
The murder rate is down again so far in 2013.
New Yorkers Are Killing Each Other Even Less This Year
NYC Murder Rate a Little Lower Than It Appears
A few old murders count on this year’s total.
This Weekend’s Crime Wave: Gunfights in 4 Out of 5 Boroughs
At least six shootouts within 24 hours in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx.
Murders and Rapes Are Up Citywide, With Alarming Increases in Certain Neighborhoods
After record lows, the numbers look bleak.
Men Hate Vegetables and Die Earlier
More than nine out of ten New York City men didn’t listen to their mothers at the dinner table.