Murder rates in four big cities have returned to levels not seen since the 1990s, an alarming surge that police officials are struggling to slow as crime nationally remains at near-historic lows, the Wall Street Journal reports. Homicide data since 1985 for the 35 largest cities shows that four—Chicago, Baltimore, Milwaukee and Memphis.—have in the past two years approached . . .
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