Murder Mystery: Why Is NYC’s Rate Below Philly’s?

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As Philadelphia wrestles with an upsurge in killings, statistics show that New York City residents are three times less likely to be murdered, says the Philadelphia Inquirer. Why Philadelphia, along with most other U.S. cities, has been unable to replicate New York’s record of cutting murders by 69 percent since 1993 is a matter of
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