Why Are Shootings Deadlier in Some U.S. Cities?

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Shootings are a better measure of gun violence than murders are, writes analyst Jeff Asher. Cincinnati is one of the most violent cities among 17 whose data he obtained, as measured by shootings, despite having comparatively few murders. Newark is the opposite: a city with more murders than its shooting rate would suggest . . .

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