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There have been ups and downs over the past few decades, but since 1990, crime has fallen by 66 percent in major cities.
They embrace new stances on critical issues facing our country, breaking with past party orthodoxy.
The recent landmark ruling marks the fourth time the nation’s strictest photo ID law has been ruled racially discriminatory.
By choosing a sitting governor, some donations to his campaign will be limited by pay-to-play rules.
Three cities — Las Vegas, Orlando, and Chicago — account for two-thirds of the total increase in murders. The data excludes large cities like New York, where police have said murder is down this year.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights a study finding judges favor their party in election cases; Merrick Garland's record wait for a hearing, and more.
Over the past 25 years, crime in major cities has fallen 66 percent. In the country as a whole, violent crime is half of what it was in 1991.