NYC Crime Story: Stop-and-Frisks Down, So is Murder

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In 1990, there were 2,245 murders in New York City. This week, the police department said there are likely to be fewer than 300 in 2017. That is less than most years in the 1950s, when there were fewer people living in the city, writes New York Times columnist Jim Dwyer. During last year's campaign, Donald Trump . . .

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