Clearance Rates Lower Even As Murder Rates Drop

Homicides in New York City are at a 40-year low, but many major killings of late remain unsolved, the New York Times says. Unsolved high-profile crimes can give the public a lingering sense of unease, the newspaper says. After an unsolved crime drops out of the collective consciousness, it leaves families in grief and detectives
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