Data on U.S. Murder Rise Due on Presidential Debate Day

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The FBI’s national crime data for 2015, which is expected to show a substantial overall increase in murders,will be released on the morning of the first presidential debate on September 26, likely providing a dramatic new talking point for Donald Trump, The Guardian reports.

For months, the Republican candidate has been pointing ominously to rising violence in Chicago and other cities, and arguing that Americans are at risk---and that Democrats have failed blacks in particular. How large . . .

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