homicide rate

The Central American nation registered more homicides in 2015 than in any year during its civil war.
For instance, as you go through that three-paragraph flurry of frightening statistics slowly, you become aware that there's
Homicide may be down nationally, but until we reach the corners of America that still suffer from daily violence, and where getting stopped, arrested, and locked up are a normal part of a young man's life, we are doing them an injustice.
Drugs also beget violence, and some of the other cities in the Top 10, such as Atlanta, St. Louis and Stockton, Calif., lie
Young people represent 62.5 percent of all murder victims. And for young people of color, the statistics tell an even grimmer story.
New reports alleging that capital punishment has a deterrent effect on homicide rates have captured widespread media attention, which in turn has accorded them a degree of unjustified legitimacy in the public arena.