The homicide increase in the nation’s large cities in 2015 “was real and nearly unprecedented,” according to a report released Wednesday by the National Institute of Justice. Its author, criminologist Richard Rosenfeld of the University of Missouri-St. Louis, said homicide rates in a sample of 56 large U.S. cities rose by an average of 16.8 percent last year over 2014. He . . .
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