Most Murders Go Unsolved in Many Cities

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Columbus, Ohio, police cleared only 34 percent of the city's homicides so far this year, the Columbus Dispatch reports. Of the 80 killings as of Monday morning, police have made arrests in 22 cases and closed five more through “exceptional clearance,” for example, if a killing is ruled self-defense or if the suspect is killed. In 2015, the FBI's national . . .

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