FBI Cut Crime Data In Annual Report for 2016

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The FBI's 2016 Crime in the United States report, the first annual compilation released in the Trump administration, contains about 70 percent fewer data tables than the 2015 version did, a removal that could affect analysts’ understanding of crime trends, reports FiveThirtyEight.com. The change comes after consecutive years in which violent crime rose nationally. It limits access . . .

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