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Motor vehicle theft rate: 753 per 100k peopleAverage annual motor vehicle thefts: 4,495Overall property theft rate: 4,643 per 100k peopleViolent crime rate: 1,933 per 100k people

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107. Cincinnati — Ezra Cleveland, OT, Boise St., Jr.

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ATLANTIC CITY — Gardner’s Basin, the sometimes neglected, occasionally threatened and enduringly low-key-charming Back Bay collection of restaurants, commercial fishing boats, dolphin tours, outdoor concerts, aquarium and the best breakfast in Atlantic City, is getting a facelift.

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PossPtsTDTD%FGScoreScore%Houston15861173.331493.3Buffalo14741071.411178.6N.Y. Jets314266.70266.7Baltimore221141463.662090.9Tennessee1359861.51969.2Oakland17821058.841482.4Indianapolis19931157.961789.5Cleveland1570853.351386.7New England20901050.081890.0Kansas City20911050.071785.0L.A. Chargers1764847.131164.7Denver1567746.761386.7Jacksonville1671743.881593.8Pittsburgh1255541.7712100.0Cincinnati1446428.661071.4Miami616116.73466.7

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In 2000, Ravens star linebacker Ray Lewis and a pair of friends were charged for the stabbing deaths of two men outside a nightclub hours after the Super Bowl played in Atlanta. The most serious charges against Lewis were dropped, and he pleaded guilty to misdemeanor obstruction of justice. Lewis helped Baltimore win two Super Bowl titles and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2018.

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Photo Credit: Sean Pavone / Alamy Stock Photo

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Following the 2015 slayings at the historic Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, Baltimore named a special commission that spent a year reviewing four Confederate monuments on city property. The panel ultimately urged keeping two monuments, with some changes, and removing two others. But Mayor Catherine Pugh ordered all four taken down on Aug. 15, 2017, following the Charlottesville rally, saying she was concerned that such statues might spark violence. City crews dismantled them in the dead of night

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Transgender soldiers, sailors, airmen and other members of the military, along with others who want to enlist, sued President Donald Trump on Monday, hoping the federal courts will stop him from preventing their service.

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